Well, had a guy show up by the name of "MrFreeThinker," though he certainly doesn't seem to fit with what most people would think of from that title. Normally, I'd just talk about this within the comment thread, but lately, I've felt the need to make main posts about a lot of pet peeves about religion, fundies, and so forth. So, here I go.
What the hell does "transcendent" mean? What is it about a "transcendent mind" that gives it authority on matters of morality? I don't see it. It's probably for the same reason I don't see why priests and the crop of people who call themselves theologists would be experts on gods that might exist. I see no rhyme or reason to all of that.
Near as I can tell, "transcendent" is used something like this: The deity isn't bound by any rules, so he can randomly make up morality that we can't understand. From there, it's not a far leap for any fundie to randomly claim that his deity told him to perform an atrocity, and no amount of "mere mortal" logic can convince him what he's doing is wrong. The arbitrary whims of a shadow of a vapor become more important than questions like "who will this help?" and "who will this hurt?"