The Death of Humanity: and the Case for Life Read Online Free - Do you believe human life is inherently valuable? Unfortunately, in the secularized age of state-sanctioned euthanasia and abortion-on-demand, many are losing faith in the simple value of human life. To the disillusioned, human beings are a cosmic accident whose intrinsic value is worth no more than other animals.
The Death of Humanity explores our culture's declining respect for the sanctity of human life, drawing on philosophy and history to reveal the dark road ahead for society if we lose our faith in human life.
|Title||:||The Death of Humanity: and the Case for Life|
|Number of Pages||:||368 pages|
April 14, 2016
(This review is cross-posted on Amazon.com)
Ideas have consequences. What is born in the academy, accepted by the intellegensia, and cultivated in the press will make its way into the popular culture. Philosophies that reduce man* to a mere machine or to just another animal rob him of his dignity....
July 15, 2017
It is almost impossible to not recognize that the United States today has embraced a culture of death. We abort unborn human beings in numbers that make Hitler look like an amateur and rival the monstrous butcher's bills that Stalin and Mao racked up. We have, in some places anyway, legalized the...
September 08, 2017
Dangerous suppositions - some humans are more valuable than others, it is permissible to kill a human for the benefit of others. There are murderers who "take the arguments of prominent individuals seriously, who assure us that we humans are not special, that human life has no intrinsic value, an...
June 24, 2017
This masterpiece tour through centuries of worldviews antithetical to the Judeo-Christian worldview made me keep thinking of how often history repeats itself -- and not in a good way. I lost track (I listened to this on Audible and did not take notes) of how many worldviews treat humans as machin...
December 25, 2017
I am more impressed with the good reviews of this book than by the book itself. The author tries (tries but does not achieve) to convince the reader that the death of humanity is being brought upon by atheists and agnostics. He goes into comparing different philosophers' and scientists' ideas and...