Thursday, August 27, 2015

Life vs The Culture of Death

The entire purpose for mankind existing is to inhabit a body and learn from the life exercise. Even secular humanists believe this. They differ from religious people in that they believe this earthly life is all there is.  No afterlife exists in their ideology.  Alternatively, religious people view earthly life as a qualifying round for eternal afterlife. When a human's earthly life is the totality of existence, the motivation to maximize its value becomes A Priori - literally. Secularists obsess to acquire as many comforts and meaningful (to them) material possessions, and power, as their short lives, and effort, permit.

Christianity's eternity is a very long time. Long enough to render this speck of time that defines earthly life properly. The opportunities resident in the afterlife are predicated by the choices made and behaviors displayed while living an earthly existence.  Your author attempts to avoid interpreting the Lord's motivations and compliance standards, but, scriptures infer some choices made while in the flesh, appear to compromise the soul eternally.  Murder is one act that may rise to that hellish standard.

Life holds subjective value in the secular ideology. That sentiment is conveyed in the absence of absolute standards, and the non-existent controls and punishments needed to achieve it.  Others standards required for success are similarly dismissed or defined as conditionally optional. Every choice is presented as equivalent/optional. All outcomes and objectives are equally viable. Devaluing human life is a necessary requirement for any secular, subjective, humanistic society.  The ideology may not elevate one behavior or choice made over another.  The circumstantial morality advocated by secular humanists provides no tempering aspect for the individual or society.  The consequence of these preferences are ghastly and dehumanizing.

Morality, right and wrong, good and evil, are radically different concepts in a secular mind.  In the secular context, these are stupid, irrelevant, self-defeating considerations - except when they provide the secularists a political argument to attack their opponents. When morality conflicts with temporal desire, the secularist frames them in the same equivalent and conditional "relative" perspective he uses for other components of life. Good and evil, right and wrong, are contingent upon circumstance and the Needs asserted/codified in political ambitions. Needs must additionally survive secular redefinition. They are not true needs - essential items for life, needs. They are not needs, that, without which, people suffer significantly then perish. An objective assessment of secular needs reveals they are products of temporal wants and appetites. Avarice must be tortured to assert it is a legitimate need. The objective of these redefinitions is to partially validate and sate selfishness. Secular Needs are purposely obfuscated; then combined legitimate needs for a single purpose - to create dependence. Dependence assures allegiance - votes. Vote bribery is the true objective.

The dishonesty required to be an adherent of Secular Humanism is astounding. However, deceit is an ideological imperative and political reality readily accepted and expounded by secular humanists. Their aggregate actions compound to destroy traditional values and standards. Advancing government sponsored, special interest placating programs and protections for sacrosanct groups, are devised exclusively to addict people to government stipends and sanctions. A life committed to dependency is the perfect idiom of secular humanism - Equivalence enables avarice to trump moral considerations. Not mandating a nominal, self-reliant, non-equivocal, absolute behavioral standard, silently endorses, ANY standard of behavior.  Not punishing violations of the standard, assures unorthodox and violent behaviors expand and go unchecked. For example - when education is considered stupid, and a waste of time; "Acting White", breeds an ignorant community of self-destructive criminality and violence that does not respect life.

The conflict between secular humanism and religion generically is historic and deadly.  The two standards are antithetical and unable to peacefully co-exist.  This is acutely evident if one views the current religious conflict in America.  The PRogressive Left's ability to eliminate opposition, using any means necessary, has always been requisite. No installment of secular humanism has avoided the murder of many.  Nearly 200 million perished worldwide in the worship of equivalence. Secular humanism is a Death Cult. They are obsessed with death because death is an instrument which must be employed with regularity and vigor to persuade dissenters and eliminate competition. Secular humanism cannot withstand an honest debate or competition.  People love freedoms - and those may not exist is a secular society.

A respect for life sits at the core of Christianity and most religions. All laws and standards in a religious society are contingent upon that relationship. When the most innocent members of a society, the truly At Risk, infants in the womb - are brutally dismembered, under the mantle of Choice (to prevent the population dependent upon the state growing too large) it reveals the depravity of the ideology used to argue for retaining the authority to murder the unborn. Democrats must, therefore, maintain an acceptable population size. One large enough to provide sufficient votes needed to win elections, while simultaneously keeping the population small enough to not overtax fiscal resources. It's a dicey problem. Only murder provides adequate flexibility.

Murder in the secular society begins early for many souls and groups.  In certain instances, murder is profoundly punitive and perverse. Abortion claims at least 1/3 of all black births in America. Currently, more black infants are aborted than graduate high school in America.  That evidence provides the true measure of secular humanism; its sensibilities and sensitivities. 

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