It is astounding to me that there are soo many “Conservatives” that fail to recognize the connection between the belief in evolution and its corresponding requirement for Statism.
The Secular Humanists have done the math and have long understood that without “God’s guardrails”, man would be uncontrollable. They must advance the State as a result.
“Rights granted by a creator” vs. “Rights granted by man”
With the Creator gone we are left with man, and as this concept gains more and more acceptance so does the power of the State.
Evolutionists and Secular Humanists in today’s culture have been soo brainwashed that they rarely examine the foundations of their own beliefs. To be clear, leading evolutionists including Richard Dawkins, have told their flock that “Free-will” is an illusion.
Choice, is an illusion.
Hope, is not only an illusion but a waste of time.
Secular humanist law is based on evolution.Evolution ultimately determines humanist legal principles. Man in evolving. Man is becoming. Everything is in flux. Nothing is permanent. There are no absolute legal standards or principles. There are no permanent Ten Commandments; there is no permanent Constitution. A utopia on earth is the next stage in man's evolution. Man can control his own evolution, so in order to create this utopia,man must adopt the libtard agenda where the state must create law, enact law and execute law, and interpret law. The state determines human rights and grants such rights as it deems beneficial. The state by granting or withholding rights becomes supreme; it becomes god.
Postmodernists believe that the agenda of the Founding Fathers was a white male undertaking that reflects white male bias,that elevated reason and empirical data,and focused on objective knowledge of a real world, such as the scientific method for discovering objective facts about the universe, and the concept of justice in relation to law.
But, postmodernists reject reason and objective truth, condemning them as components of white make domination. They prefer the more subjective ways of knowing supposedly favored by women and minorities,such as storytelling. They believe that reality is socially constructed by the powerful in order to perpetuate their own hegemony and power over other people.
One result of these beliefs is the idea that the law is no longer a God-ordained, objective standard by which to judge behavior and maintain an orderly society, but a weapon to beat political opponents into submission to a point of view.