Sunday, May 24, 2009

The Rise of Secular Humanism in America

Herbert London wrote the book "America's Secular Challenge: The Rise of a New National Religion." As one of America's leading intellectuals, Herbert London is president of the Hudson Institute, and a noted social critic whose work has appeared in nearly every major newspaper and journal. A contributing editor for the St. Croix Review and the American Arts Quarterly, as well as the author of 21 books, Mr. London argues that the rise of radical secularism in the United States is a flaccid response to the challenge presented by the fanaticism of radical Islam.

Secular Humanism wages war against traditional religion using multiculturalism and cultural relativism, materialism, and a belief in scientific reality as the arbiter of human value. However, this belief in secularism is ill equipped to battle head on the oncoming inroads of fanaticism being waged by a zealous enemy with totalitarian ambitions. Secular Humanism has destroyed the West's only beliefs worth defending, and have left us exposed to the monumental battle on the horizon against the rising scurge of Islamism.

Tonight, at 7pm Pacific, 10pm Eastern, Herb London is my guest on the Political Pistachio Radio Revolution. Listen to the program live, or listen to the archive later: HERE.

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