Humanism worships us

humanismHumanism cuts God out of the equation: We don’t need the supernatural any more. We can engineer our own solutions. We have done good, not God. Humanism points to humanity.

Amid the constant carpet-bombing of the humanist message, I point to God. We Christians are not opposed to science or using the wisdom and talents God gave us to achieve. But we recognize our limitations and mortality. Science may continue to advance but ultimately will come up short.

Don’t look inward, look upward. There is a God who loves you and beckons you into relationship with Him. This is not superstition. This is common sense recognition that we, as much as we can create, ultimately cannot create creation. God made the raw materials which we use to make things.

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7 responses to “Humanism worships us


    Please PRAY for our Judeo-Christian Nation United States of America and Israel-Yisrael Everyday and our Christian Earth EVERYDAY!! “Pray Without Ceasing.” ( 1 Thessalonians 5:17 KJV )!!

    Love ❤ Always and Shalom Everyone,


  2. You really got to the heart of humanism! The term is seen as a good one in Japan, as meaning to care about human beings, but you exposed the lie.

  3. This post has great meaning for me. My youngest daughter was so devout and earnest in her faith. Unfortunately, sometime during her 4 years in college, she bought into the whole liberal message. Evolution is right. God is an illusion, and she’s shacked up with a fairly militant atheist. I pray for her every day. There’s not much else I can do as we live 11 hours away. She’s angrier and more selfish than she’s ever been. I pray she hears God’s call and/or that God shows me how I can show her the way back.

  4. We are incomplete without God.

  5. Hi. I’m born and raised in a christian family, in a so called christian country. I wasted my early adulthood in bible school and traveled around the world preaching the gospel.
    But after years of living in the religious bubble I came to the conclusion that there is no god, except for the gods we humans make up in our own imagination.

    I want to ask you, what is god?

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