Chester A. McCalley, pastor/teacher of Beth Haven Church in North Kansas City, Mo., (now deceased and with the Lord), defined Humanism (human viewpoint) as: “a way of thinking where all doctrines, all attitudes, and all ways of life center on the values and interests of man. Man is the object of humanism and the source of it.” In other words, humanism is man-centered. The Bible is God-centered.

1 Corinthians 2:5 & 7 speak of man’s wisdom and the Wisdom of God, which are contrary. The world is saturated with humanism. The only antidote to the philosophy of human viewpoint is Divine Viewpoint — the Word of GOD.  See also “Secularism” and “Naturalism.”

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