Everything begins with a Creator. If we deny this essential starting point, we have already thrown away the road map for the journey. After that, we wander “lost” in an uncharted wilderness, having to discover everything for ourselves and to find our own meaning for everything. We become subject to all kinds of fancies and whims about “who, what, where, when, why, and how”. We create all our own answers to all the basic questions of existence. And we are tremendously proud that we can do this and have done it, like fully matured and emancipated adults.
“Your faith tells you that you need not fear any god or God to whom you will give an account for the things you have done, said, and thought during your very short time on this earth. But you really do not know whether you are right or wrong. You are taking a great gamble, like staking everything, absolutely everything, on a single flip of a coin.”
“…. [since 1950] certain key words have been taken over by the secular humanists and given connotations twisted to conform to their program of destabilization. We may cite words such as “freedom,” “rights” and “discrimination.” These words, and many others, have acquired connotations explicitly adapted to the secularist agenda for decomposing the social and intellectualContinue reading “The Third Way, 3: Humanity’s Search for Meaning”