Essay On Christian Humanism

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God created all things in his image (Genesis 1:27). This is a Christian worldview. Christians believe that their God created them and all things. They believe that Christians are on this earth to do good work for their heavenly father. Secular Humanism believe many different things as to why we are on this earth but as a whole they do not believe in a God. Christians believe that this life on earth is only a mere second compared to the wonderful life after death. They believe this life is the life that they show their love for God and how much they trust and believe in his word. Christians do all of this so that they can spend everlasting life with him (Luke 23:43). Secular Humanism believe that you live this life and when you can no longer live off the body you have you die and become dust. They believe there is no life after this life. (Weider and Gutierrez, 2011, pg. 57-60).
Christians worldview is very different from the Secular Humanism about our place her on earth. Christians know that God created them to rule the world and everything living on it (Genesis 1:26). Christians also know that we are to use all things on earth for good such as animals to eat (Genesis 9:3). Secular Humanism however believe that everything on earth is equal such as animals and we shouldn’t harm them.
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We are to read Gods word and have a relationship with God. Christians are supposed to look more and more like God and walk closer with him the more they learn and do his work while here on earth (Psalms 119:105). Secular Humanism do not believe in a God so they believe that we are just on earth to live the best life possible. The best life possible to a lot of Secular Humanism is how far they succeed at their jobs, their social status with other Secular Humanism and how much money or things they have. They live life for themselves (Weider and Gutierrez, 2011, pg

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