Wednesday, March 22, 2006

In Humanism, All Things Are Arbitrary

"For a humanist, the final thing which exists—that is, the impersonal universe—is neutral and silent about right and wrong, cruelty and non-cruelty. Humanism has no way to provide absolutes. Thus, as a consistent result of humanism’s position, humanism in private morals and political life is left with that which is arbitrary."
--Francis Schaefer, How Should We Then Live?

2 Comments:

Anonymous Loren Pankratz said...

DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVE,

It is good to see that you are still hard at work. shoot me an email and tell me how your screen plays and books are doing. Anything comming out soon?

It is funny, I used an illustration in a sermon on Nahum last week on Humanism, and the Satanic Bible. I told everybody that I had not read it, but a college roomate of mine had read it and told me what it was about, basically ego-centered secular humanism to the extreem.

Have a great day.

Loren

8:37 AM  
Blogger slaveofone said...

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.

Pretty much sums up the Biblia Satanica...philosophically speaking.

11:02 AM  

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