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May 09, 2021


"...humanism has no final way of saying certain things are right and other things are wrong. For a humanist, the final thing which exists-that is, the impersonal universe-is neutral and silent about right and wrong, cruelty and noncruelty. Humanism has no way to provide absolutes. Thus, as a consistent result of humanism's position, humanism in private morals and political life is left with that which is arbitrary."

~Dr. Francis Schaeffer, How Should We Then Live?

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