Secular Psychology

Teaches us to cope, rather than to pray to and rest in a Sovereign.

Teaches us to love ourselves, as if we needed to be taught (Ephesians 5:29).

Teaches us to take pills, but not to address the root-reason (the condemnation of humanity at the Fall; Romans 5:12-21) behind the chemical imbalances.

Teaches us to think well of ourselves, rather than that the intentions of our hearts are evil from youth (Genesis 8:21).

Teaches us to think we are the center of the universe.

Teaches us to think that feelings are always worth venting (Proverbs 29:11).

Teaches us to not be crazy for Christ.

Teaches us to have Pollyanna Optimism.

Teaches us not to hate sin.

Teaches us to be healthy rather than holy.

Teaches us to flatter, and never to rebuke.

Teaches us to spare the rod and hate our children (Proverbs 13:24).

Teaches us to not feel guilty for sin that God considers so bad that he prepares a hell of eternal conscious torment.

Teaches us to say, “it’s OK”, rather than, “I forgive you.”

Teaches us to not be shamed about our past sins (Romans 6:21).

Teaches us that you can address deep human problems of the mind without addressing the reality of God.

Teaches us that crazy murderers do not deserve to be put to death.

Teaches us that religion is good so long as it makes us feel good.

Teaches us that we have the power to liberate our mind from any undesirable state.

Teaches us to escape reality, rather than face it.

Teaches us to seek inner peace apart from being forgiven by the Holy of Holies.

Teaches us that if God did not exist, suicide would still be irrational.

Teaches us to seek happiness apart from Creator of pleasure.

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