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"Good Without God:" Humanists reject Jesus






People like Chaplain Greg M. Epstein and former NIAID Director  Director Dr. Anthony Fauci who both identify as "humanists" are proud atheists who live by the smug belief system and mantra that they are "Good without God:"


If you follow this sutra then stop mocking the one true Lord, repent, believe in and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ. Follow His moral standards as written in the Holy Bible unless you want Him to condemn you to eternal hell.


The Lord is the most-hated Spirit imaginable for all nonbelievers including atheists, agnostics, mediums, diviners, numerologists, psychics, stargazers and fallen angels whether they admit it or not.


Epstein is an American Humanist chaplain at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who is also the president of the Harvard Chaplains Organization.


In 2009, he published the book titled "Good Without God: What a Billion Nonreligious People Do Believe."


Fauci was awarded and accepted the Humanist of the Year Award in 2021.


While making up their own rules for what counts as morals and values, completely separated from what the Scriptures outline, humanists like biblical goats clearly have no interest in obeying Jesus the Good shepherd's commandments.


Matthew's Gospel describes how the King of Kings and Lord of Lords when He returns to judge the world will differentiate between "sheep" and "goats:"


"When the Son of man shall come in his glory, and all the holy angels with him, then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory: And before him shall be gathered all nations: and he shall separate them one from another, as a shepherd divides his sheep from the goats:


"And he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.


"Then shall the King say unto them on his right hand, Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world ,,. Then shall he say also unto them on the left hand, Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels:" (Matthew 25:31-34, KJV)


In some parts of the world including Angola, Namibia and South Africa, it takes the keen eye of an experienced shepherd to distinguish between goats and sheep. The latter usually grows wool while goat hair is straight.


Damara sheep lose their wool as they age and thus resemble goats.


Jesus knows that His sheep are not humanists and that true Christians recognize Him.


"I am the good shepherd; and I know My sheep, and am known by My own." (John 10:14)


As the sheep of His pasture, Christians obey the Master and run to Him when He calls.


Sheep and goats while they may sometimes seem identical have very different temperaments and behavior patterns.


Goats tend to ignore or outright disobey the master's voice. They want the herder to follow them. These stubborn creatures are usually defiant, rebellious, headstrong, self-willed and autonomous like humanists who are good without God.


Humanism is the belief that ethics and morality can be vested in self-will, self-determined reason and individual rationality rather than collectively following Jesus.


They think they can be as wise as Him, like the enemy told Eve in the Garden of Eden that she could be.


Sheep are known to trust and depend on their shepherds for green grasslands to graze, for still waters to quench their thirst and for the right paths to keep from falling.


Like the 23rd Psalm reads, "The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want."


Lambs are led by their shepherds out of danger in the valley of death to safety under his watch. They fear no evil. Goats are beasts who lead themselves, create dangerous chaos and mischief.


If a sheep gets lost from their shepherd or their sheepfold, then they are vulnerable, jittery and subject to attack. They need the shepherd and the flock to survive.


Goats think they can survive on their own. They will run away from home with no intention on coming back.


Jesus, the Good Shepherd laid down His life as a one-time sacrifice for His sheep. In doing so, He appeased God the Father. Thus, justifying and forgiving the sins of the human world.


Goat herders follow the goats, instead of leading them like good shepherds do.


Sheep depend on shepherds to ward off predators and attackers. Goats attack people.


Goats act out by headbutting, bullying, biting, stomping and pawing.


About 10 years ago, there was a viral video of an angry billy goat terrorizing a town in the state of Paraná Brazil. show a runaway goat outside a prison, harassing everyone in sight. The goat attacks everyone from cameramen to old ladies to motorcyclists.


News reports about angry goats terrorizing people in Tonopah, Arizona, about 50 miles west of Phoenix.


The Bible says that He knows what we need before we even ask.


can damage or destroy property including motorcycles, cars, people and


Goats are the symbol for God's enemies - those who believe that they are "Good without God"


Humanism is an Anti-Christian belief system that rejects God as the basis for moral standards and making decisions.




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wyoung1949
Apr 29
Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

Very good teaching and message. We continue to pray for sheep and not goats. 2 Chronicles 7:14.

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