Difference Between Secular And Secular Humanism

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Register to read the introduction… Mankind competes towards each other for power and spouses, because of all our unique genes and ideas. In terms of competing with one another we work together to have success and survive in our world.
Secular Humanism’s morality first start with the inner values of their inner being. They feel that they feel they must value themselves before anything or anyone else: then they can value everyone around them or in their lives: friends, family, and/or spouses. The Closest ones to them first and next they value their community and tribes. “Then duties towards state and countries.”
Among the naturalistic theories there is no consensus. The category of relativism is where they fall, because there is no absolute truth. The truth depends on individual or society and is subject to change. Meaning, what is right today could definitely be wrong. In Naturalism diversity
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The secular humanism and Christian views have 2 totally different about the existence of everything, the Christian worldview believes God was our creator, while secular humanism believes matter has always existed and with nature and time it has just progressed. Secular Humanism believes no evidence that there is a God and their existence is through evolution.
In the Christian worldview humans were created to be animal caretakers, while Secular Humanism has the belief that their more sophisticated animals. Once again the Christian Worldview and the Secular Humanism has (2) totally different beliefs. While Christians were above the animals and below the angels in creation a Secular Humanist thinks they have evolved from the same animals that God created in the Christian beliefs. There is no higher power to Secular Humanist, they believe their life is purposeless.
From a Christian Worldview we believe that we have a purpose and it is to have an intimate and loving relationship with God. In order for us to be saved by Jesus, we must know that our God and have a relationship with him through Jesus Christ, The Son of

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