One of the biggest moves away from Christianity over the past few years has been to reject faith in God but still hold to love, service, and morality. How do we deal with secular humanism and those who embrace it?
Today we tackle the exodus from Christianity towards a simpler humanism approach that is gaining support on college campuses all across the nation. What is secular humanism? How does it differ from the humanitarian aspects of Christianity? Why is this so attractive to the disenfranchised youth?