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    The concepts of atheism and secular humanism are based on the assumption that God does not exist. As a result of this assumption, man is a result of random events and genetic mutations rather than a created being fashioned by a loving Creator to whom he is accountable. Because God does not exist He cannot be the ultimate standard to determine right and wrong, good and evil. In his place, Man serves as the standard for determining right and wrong and good and evil.

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    The concepts of atheism and secular humanism are based on the assumption that God does not exist. As a result of this assumption, man is a result of random events and genetic mutations rather than a created being fashioned by a loving Creator to whom he is accountable. Because God does not exist He cannot be the ultimate standard to determine right and wrong, good and evil. In his place, Man serves as the standard for determining right and wrong and good and evil.

    The quote is read with this foundational assumption already in place. "Existentialism's major interest in our humanity and how we can be significant in an otherwise insignificant world." Since God does not exist then our major interest should be ...

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    Existentialism is concerned primarily with our own humanity. Is it possible to find personal significance and fulfillment if I believe that the world in general is insignificant and without purpose. Over 500 words of original text.

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