Jan 1, 2010
Poof - see that was easy!
Atheism, which includes humanism, is always utilitarian. Every thing should be useful until its not. Here in lies the irrational aspect of this fashionable philosophy. Truth can not be rationally confined to what mankind considers to be primary or useful. The Truth just is. When things become difficult we irrational Christians are bound to the Truth; we are not permitted to act contrary just because the situation presented to us may cost us dearly. A good atheist or humanist is not bound by this inconvenience. Self preservation, either philosophically or materially is what counts. They are generally bound to the fads and fashions of their particular time, and we know from experience, that these philosophies don't always adapt well. JMJ. Mick