When I say out loud that the secular world’s philosophical desire is to convince people that they are a god, I generally get mocked. Then I ask the following questions:

According to the secular world, who is the arbiter of right and wrong? People.

According to the secular world, who decides what is true or untrue? People.

According to the secular world, who decides who lives and dies (abortion; capital punishment; euthanasia etc.)? People.

According to the environmentalist paradigm (widely accepted as gospel), who is destroying the planet? People.

According to the environmentalist paradigm (widely accepted as gospel), who is the only one who can save the planet? People.

So…traditionally, throughout history…what moniker have humans given a being who: decides right and wrong; decides truth from untruth; decides who lives and dies; is the only one who can destroy the earth; and is the only one who can save the earth? Aren’t these qualities normally attributed to God? Yet the secular culture says they apply to you. Congratulations…you are a god. Is that really a job you want? (Exodus 20:3)

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