posted on May, 16 2005 @ 03:35 PM
First, there is much more evidence that there is a God, but we'll not go into that at this time. Instead, I'd ratehr respond to your main
Secular Humanism is man being all about man; a form of religion all it's own. The problem with this type of religion, or belief, is that as man is
the center of it, man's current concept of moral and immoral is the rule of the day. This being the case, it is impossible to lay down a set of
"laws" to go by.
Look at the state of the United States, for example. For the last few decades, we have done away with the concept of this being a Christian nation
and are adopting a more "relative morality" style, with the constitution not being solid, but something that is "living", able to change with the
whims of the Supreme Court. Because of this, we are no longer a nation governed by law, but a nation ruled by man.
See what I mean? So, why botehr with a code of conduct?