Along those lines, if one wishes to invent a "force" that did all those things fine. But there is no way in the world, and no evidence anywhere that this "force" gives a rat's ass about any one of us or will help any one of us at all.
The good news is it therefore also doesn't go out of it's way to particularly fuck you like the bible says god did to Job.
Does morality “come from” religion? No. If it did that would mean the most immoral societies are the least secular. I point to Japan to refute that notion. They are the most least religious nation in the world and have one of the lowest crime rates.
Can religious doctrines provide a better moral foundation? Yes. There is something to be said about teaching that encourage feeding the poor, caring for the sick, helping thy neighbor, etc. Even the act of getting together as a community for a common pipe pose once a week has great benefit to society.
Can atheists have a solid moral foundation? Of course. As an atheist I get my morals from a shared knowledge that we as a society live and work together and if I expect my community to help me I must help my community. We as a species are social by nature and must look out for one another.
This issue really isn’t as complicated as people make it out to be.