Oh yes, absolutely! A strong personal sense of morality is very important, I think, no matter a person’s views on divinity. But if you believe in a divine power, though, it seems a given that a person would have quite different views on morality, as their god(s) are infinitely aware of that person’s every hidden thought and action.
If I was to steal a chocolate bar then my only concern, as a godless heathen, would be being caught. I can define my own code of justice, ethics and morality and act accordingly in concert with society. But for a religious person doing the same they’ve just put themselves one step closer to eternal damnation and torture. That’s serious shit!
This is how we find Caz: entirely enthralled with a greater divine morality. For better or worse, he is far more concerned with the ethics of the gods than those of the people on his earth. He clearly experiences a very large disconnect between the two concepts, to the point that he’s basically a religious warrior, fighting purely and wholeheartedly in the name of his gods.
Thinking on this, we’ve never had choices to define our MC’s views on the Saints, have we? Will be interesting going forward in the series to see how tangible the presence of the Saints becomes, particularly with reference to Caz’s potential futures.