Those who believe in Humanism advocate a doctrine that allows them to engage in anything which the human body may desire. They tolerate immorality, advocate abortion up to and including the ninth month, and support euthanasia, homosexuality, adultery, and any variety of invented "gender" identity.

Some claim Humanism is "America's most dangerous religion." Religion? Yes, religion. But it is a religion without a supreme being as it denies the existence of God. The tenets of Humanism are embraced and advocated by various highly-visible groups such as radical feminists, the American Civil Liberties Union, and many members of the Democrat party.

It's an attractive belief system because it allows their converts to participate in anything the human body may desire, and that's a very long list. In the process, they want to destroy anything and everything that hinders the gratification of their passions.

Social problems, according to humanists, are solvable by human wisdom. Therefore they reject the basis for any morality or justice beyond human reason. Believers in God, Jesus, Allah, or any supreme being are considered irrational, superstitious pseudoscientists.

I found this quote said to be from the Humanist Manifesto II, 1973: "We affirm that moral values derive their source from human experience. Ethics is autonomous and situational, needing no theological or ideological sanction. Ethics stem from human need and interest. To deny this distorts the fundamental basis of life. Reason and intelligence are the most effective instruments that humankind possesses. There is no substitute; neither faith nor passion suffices in itself. No deity will save us; we must save ourselves."

They've had the time and many occasions to test their doctrines. Every evil dictator in the world, every socialistic and ultimately communistic state, relies on a humanistic worldview that is supposed to create a utopia. It hasn't worked—no paradise yet. However, their arrogant human-centered "wisdom" has allowed them their despotic acts—all affirmed by their so-called "rational thinking."

Humanity is not the solution to the world's problems; humanity is the problem. I don't think there is enough human wisdom in the collective minds of the brightest brains on earth to come up with a way of living and ordering a society much better than the Ten Commandments, and we all know from whence they came. So, if you think you can reason yourself or your society out of any sticky situation, beware of your dependence on your own wisdom. You will fall short unless your wisdom has a basis in the ultimate wisdom revealed by an all-wise, all-knowing God.

Author's Bio: 

Ron Ross is an award-winning public speaker, author, publisher, and co-founder of PowerfulSeniors. He lives in Loveland, Colo USA