Jesus Among Secular Gods: Chapter 5, Pt. 1

Christians and non-Christians alike may hold humanistic assumptions in their daily lives and not even realize it. How can we identify these assumptions?

Jul 10, 2020

Of all the worldviews discussed this far on this season of Cover to Cover, Humanism might be the most difficult to define. Christians and non-Christians alike may hold humanistic assumptions in their daily lives and not even realize it. How can we identify these assumptions and why are they there in the first place? Shawn and Ivy examine the importance of perseverance as we seek to understand the origin and prevalence of humanistic beliefs in our daily lives.

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Jesus Among Secular Gods: The Countercultural Claims of Christ

Challenging society's beliefs in the "secular gods" of atheism, scientism, relativism, and others, Zacharias and Vitale skillfully point out the fallacies in their claims.


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