"Humanism teaches that everything is relative and there are no absolutes. As a result there can be no sin because there are no fixed guidelines of morality. Under this doctrine, man is considered good and deserving of everything it he wants."
"Furthermore, humanism assumes there is no God. Man is his own sovereign ruler; wise, competent, and capable of making decisions that are best for him. Salvation then is the pleasure and gratification of the human experience. Humanism is individually focused without regard to others and it seeks immediate gain without consideration of its long-term or eternal impact."
"Since man is good, wise, competent, and deserving he literally can do no wrong. Therefore, if wrong is committed, it could not be man’s fault. In order for man to act badly, there must be a reason."
--- Abercrombie ---
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