I was asked for my opinion the other day on what it would take for me to “accept” Jesus. The only reason I am even answering this question is so that I don’t have to answer it again. Well, that’s not the only reason.
I hope by answering it that it will help people who are interested in evangelizing to Humanists understand why doing so is not only a bad idea, it’s rather rude. Look. I respect your right to believe differently. What you need to understand is that I have not chosen to be a Humanist out of ignorance. I chose this approach because I researched my options and decided this was the best option for me. I’m ok that you think differently. I really am. And I am not interested in offending anyone by sharing my opinions about your faith with you.
But since I have to repeatedly endure this particular question, I thought I would put my answer on paper so that you will understand why even attempting to convert me won’t end well.
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The Humanist approach to Happiness is a book that basically says – here are personal ethics, here is why they are important, and here is how you can apply them to your daily life and why doing so will help you live a happier more productive life. It isn’t a philosophy book so much as a book about the pragmatic reasons for being an ethical, compassionate and responsible person.