Examples Of Secular Humanism Worldview

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Articulate the Secular Humanism Worldview (what is believed) for each of the following 5 questions. 1. The Question of Origin As Secular Humanism their beliefs are that humans were created without the help of God. Some believe that Secular Humanism developed out of the 18th century Enlightenment and 19th century freethinking. The more our nation embraces secularism, the more it becomes like ancient Israel, where “everyone did what was right in his own eyes” (Judges 17:6; 21:25 King James Version). 2. The Question of Identity Secularists believe that man is the measure of all things, that morals are man-centered, not God-centered. Therefore, no one is entitled to determine right from wrong, and morality is best determined by what is good for today’s culture. To possess the human ability to have a set of permanent values such as those taught in the Bible is not a part of their beliefs. Secularism pays lip service to tolerance and diversity, yet many times secularists are intolerant of those who look to the Bible as God’s standard for morality. 3. The Question of Meaning/Purpose According to Secularists, there is no God and no deity, there is only us, the…show more content…
Christian believes that God created man and gave him dominion over all. We were to be caretakers of, and have dominion over the earth. (Genesis 1:28 KJV) The Secularist believes in the evolution of science in order to explain that God doesn’t exist. This is where Christian and Secularist disagrees for we believe that Jesus is the son of God however Secularist believes that he was just a man. But God sent us a Savior; and under the new covenant, we are now to be conformed to Christ’s image (Romans 8:29 KJV). There is no scientific evidence that any life form has transitioned into another life form. And God was careful to make note that this would not happen (Genesis 1:11-12, 21-25

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