“The “Glory of God is Man Fully Alive”: The Madness of Transhumanism

Utopian schemes, always fantasizing about progress, development, and evolution, envision the future of a brave new world detached from Mother Nature’s laws and God the Father’s teachings. They are always moving toward “the cutting edge,” some great advance or new discovery that will remove all the imperfections of the fallen human condition: disease, death, suffering, ignorance, and war. Mother Nature is too wild, prolific, unreliable, and unmanageable in her fruitfulness and abundance. Because God the Father does not improve the lot of mankind and the same problems of life’s injustices and miseries persist throughout…

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