On a just-closed thread, there was this exchange, which I would like to explore further here:
That is justified by the usual atheistic bent of humanism today, but if you look at its principles, it is all about human beings living to their fullest potential and so is the gospel.
To a truly intellectually honest humanist, there is as like that God exists as that he does not
At the core of humanism is the belief also that mankind has constructed the world as we know it- known as "social constructivism". THAT is the core of the atheistic tendency of humanism. If mankind has creat