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Servant of Christ and Humanism

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Submitted by John of Science (United Kingdom), Nov 28, 2006 at 09:38

Servant of Christ humanism is not a lie because that what Christianity is today.

Desiderius Erasmus who was a Humanist brought the Catholic tradition and Humanism together and that is why I believe that Christianity is based on Humanism today and not the Bible.

Humanism focuses on the individual needs while religion based it's belief upon a group of people.

That is one of the many reasons why Humanism is better than religion.

John of Science

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