Humanism, Unbelief, Materialism, Situation Ethics, and Moral Permissiveness
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What does Humanism teach about God, the Bible, origins, eternal destinies, situation ethics, and sexual morality? What influence do Humanists have in government, education, the media, and entertainment? This study quotes official statements of the American Humanist Association to document their belief in atheism, agnosticism, evolution, materialism, abortion, euthanasia, suicide, divorce, homosexuality, and sexual permissiveness. These views are contrasted to the Bible teaching of faith in God, creation, judgment, heaven, hell, respect for life, marriage, and an absolute standard for moral purity.
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Humanism, Atheism, & Materialism
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