Extract from the forward; “God has become an irrelevance in our society, and the influence of humanism is all pervasive. This collection of essays, first published in The Bible Student between 1982-1984, reminds us of the problems created by the humanist approach. The past 15 years have seen the tide of humanism rise still further. Those years have also shown even more clearly the futility and ultimate impotence of humanism as we see the consequences of its short and long term efforts to control human experience….”

“There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.”

This book is divided into sections under the following chapter headings:

  • A brief history of humanism
  • humanism, democracy and human rights
  • Education: the life-blood of humanism
  • Humanism in the Churches
  • Christadelphians and social reform
  • Humanism and the exploitation of the earth
  • Scientific humanism
    • Part 1: and the Bible
    • Part 2: Darwinism and Utopianism
  • Humanism and Psychology
  • Humanism in Personal Life
  • Humanism in Prophecy
  • Conclusions

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Binding: Paperback
Pages: 112
Publisher: Bible Student Press

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