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Secular Humanism's Intolerance


Humanism is intolerant of followers of Christ, those who know Christ personally. In a free society, Humanism seeks to use intimidation and coercion to keep followers of Christ from expressions related to their knowledge of Christ. If Christians submit to the coercion of Humanists and stop testifying of Christ, then Secular Humanists come to power. When Secular Humanists come to power, they violently persecute followers of Christ. Ample examples of this persecution exist: Communist China, Communist USSR, North Korea, Cuba, and anywhere Secular Humanism has had overwhelming power.

On the other hand, Humanists freely express their religious view and try to bring Christians to share the same Humanistic viewpoint. At the same time, Humanists defy logic by insisting that Christians must not do the same regarding the Christian viewpoint. An example of this is when Jay Bookman scolded Brit Hume, making the following outrageous claim: "a person's faith is a private matter between that person and God." The Bible tells us that if we deny Christ, then Christ will deny us. It tells us that we must testify of Christ. Bookman says that Christians cannot do this, but it is OK for non-Christians to testify of their devil-driven religious view that says, "Christians must keep silent about their beliefs."

Last updated: Nov, 2011

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