Poverty of Secularism, The: An Open World Governed by the Creator versus a Closed, Imaginary World that Develops on Its Own

By Benjamin Fain

Format: Softcover

Pages: 232

ISBN: 978-965-524-136-5


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In this book, the author presents two worldviews. The first is the theocentric view of divine providence: God governs and is involved in the development of the world, including that of the animal kingdom. The second worldview is atheistic-materialistic and secular. It regards the abundance of different life forms, human society, economics, beliefs, and emotions as the products of one factor: matter and its movement. Through an analysis of the foundations and assumptions of the secular worldview, the author demonstrates its weakness and lack of rational basis.