I find the thought very unsettling.
Morality derives from inherited religions: it is handed down from mother to daughter, almost always within a religious context. This remains so in China and Vietnam today which, though nominally atheistic, still have to the old beliefs.
Don't take my word for it. The passionately anti religious Darwin family who make a living slamming religion agree with me
An anonymous poster on the Internet simply declaring that he is not a good scientist does not cut it and is contrary to all the other opinion out there. You said before that you were not out to discredit him but have spent an inordinate amount of time doing exactly that.
Virtue ethics also makes no appeal to a divine agency so your contention that morality is derived from religion is plainly false.