Following Our Shadow

There must come a point when the secular humanist no longer cares for moral atrocities, such as the ones he argues against Christian doings in the past. Therefore, there will be a day when it is no longer of apologetic value to point out to him either a contradiction in his own thinking – for, he will have resolved it with a consequential amorality – or of the past and possible horrors of that amorality. 

What will the Christian apologist do when, to his charge that without God there is no basis for morality, the secular humanist replies, “Precisely!”? It is but a little while until we catch up with our shadows.


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