One of the difficulties of doing away with religion is the problem of the foundations of morality. One way of responding to the problem is to say that there are no ultimate foundations beyond what individual people or cultures think about morality. So morality is relative to individuals or to culture. It’s a very common view. This short article challenges that view with questions that (one hopes) reveal that most people do think some moral norms are objective. A transcendent or religious worldview is one way of explaining how morality could be ‘written in the fabric of the universe.’ I don’t know of any other way of explaining objective morality adequately.