Secular Humanism is a way to explain the atrocities committed by evildoers throughout history.

Based on personal or tribal interests, secular humanism has always attempted to justify a sense of superiority over others outside of one's family or culture.

Therefore, to explain morality or religious doctrines from personal logic or cultural prerogatives, leads to a form of humanism which is not in line with the teachings of Eashoa Msheekha. This is where humanistic education falls apart, because only following the teachings of Maran Eashoa Msheekha leads to spiritual considerations and the fulfillment of the prophecies of the true Scriptures.

The teachings of Maran Eashoa Msheekha are naturally easier to justify to those people who want to live in peace in the world. Whereas Secular Humanism always condemns the losers after a war for being in the wrong. Secular Humanism always attempts to justify the enslavement of others who were not loyal to Secular Humanists while they were dominant and possessed the power given to them by people, whether they were elected or seized power on their own.

Thus Secular Humanism ultimately justifies inhumanity; while Eashoa Msheekha's teachings justify love, kindness and sacrifice.

This is why war can never be justified, yet Secular Humanism attempts to explain wars without considering the teachings of Eashoa Msheekha. It brings to mind why the Rich Man could not understand why he was suffering the torments of Sheol -- in the Parable of Lazarus and the Rich Man.

Luke 16:19. “There was a rich man and he wore fine linens and purple and everyday he thoroughly enjoyed himself.

20. “And there was a poor man, whose name was Lazarus, and he threw himself at the door of the rich man, his body covered with sores, 

21. “And he yearned to fill his stomach with the crumbs that fell from the rich man's bread. Even dogs came and licked his sores.

22. “It then came to pass that the poor man died. And the angels carried him to the bosom of Abraham. Then the rich man also died and was buried. 23. “And as he was tormented in Sheol, he raised his eyes from afar, and saw Abraham and Lazarus in his bosom.

24. “And he cried out in a loud voice and said, 'My father Abraham, have mercy on me and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in the waters and wet my tongue, that behold, I am being tormented by these flames.'

25. “Abraham told him, 'My son, remember you received your blessings during your lifetime and Lazarus received ordeals, and, behold, from now on he will be comforted and you will be agonized.

26. “‘And besides all this, a great chasm exists between us and you, so those who wish to pass from here to you cannot do it and nor those who are there can pass over to us.'

27. “He told him, 'In that case, I beg you, my father that you send him to my father's house. 28. “ For I have five brothers. Let him go down and testify to them, so as they may not also come to this place of torment.'

29. “Abraham told him, 'They have Moses and the prophets to listen to.'

30. “He, however, said, 'No, my father Abraham; only exception is if someone from the dead goes to them will they repent.'

31. “Abraham told him, 'If they do not listen to Moses and the prophets, neither will they believe even if a man rises from the dead.’”

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