Classical Utilitarianism

Utilitarianism is a secular alternative to Divine Command theory. It was developed by the English philosophers Jeremy Bentham and John Stuart Mill. According to classical utilitarianism, the sole moral obligation is to
Maximize utility (= happiness = pleasure).

Thought Question:

According to Classical Utilititarianism, the reason killing people is generally morally wrong is: [Select one, then press "Check Answer" to check your answer selection.]

They might avenge themselves by killing you.
Killing makes God unhappy. Since He is an infinite Being, His unhappiness will no doubt be greater than the summation of the human pleasures that might result from any killing of a human by a human.
A murder creates fear in the entire population.