Wednesday, 11 June 2014

What the Secular Humanist Can't See through the Cacophony of "Human Trafficking"

Fighting and ending human trafficking is perhaps the most popular "moral cause" of the 21st century. Many secular humanists pride themselves on their own moral values when they speak about human trafficking. They esteem themselves to be some kind of "moral authority", or even "god", because of the moral status they suddenly gain from joining the fight against human trafficking. This statement will of course, be very offensive to the secular humanist because he is self-righteous. It is this self-righteous that blinds these people from seeing the evil of their actions. 

Although their intention may be to help others, it is not possible for the ungodly to love others.  "He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love" (1 John 4:8). This means that those who do know God do not have love. Since the secular humanist hates God, he cannot love others. He esteems the ways of man and follows the ways of man. He is one described in Proverbs 14:12 which states that "there is a way that seems right to a man, but the end of that way is death". 'Death' means spiritual death or inability to know the things of God. 

The modern "human trafficking" campaign has the following distinct features that characterise it as secular:


  1. It treats the prostitute, the politically correct term, or harlot, the Biblical term as an innocent victim who is of no fault.
  2. It treats the (usually male) clients of harlots to be "violating the rights" of harlots.
  3. It treats the act of extramarital sex and lust, not as the evil of "human trafficking". Rather, it treats the consequences of harlotry to be evil because it "restricts the freedom" of women. 
  4. The sexually transmitted diseases is deemed to a factor that renders "human trafficking" evil.
It is the moral blindness of such people "professing to be wise, who in their own wisdom, have been fools" (Romans 1:22) that society has progressed to greater decadence - through the spirit of harlotry.