What practical steps could be taken to build a relationship with a follower of a secular humanism worldview who might be a co-worker, follower, etc.?
Secular humanism isn’t going to give you the feeling of a close relationship with God, or even the benefits of prayer. Secular humanism teaches about giving to you; developing relationship with self-more depression divorce has happened when it all about you. The different between secular humanism and Christianity is; they don’t lead people on steps to a positive self-image, no they lead people to God. Take responsibility for one’s life is nothing less than revolutionary it means to stop blaming others and instead realize that you are the creator of your own life story.
You should say “yes” to everything and why you should say yes to something that is unpleasant, hurtful, and possibility even more horrific for you. You should stop judging yourself and others and forgive and feel your emotions accepting this acceptance will transform emotions of fear, envy, shame and guilt into love. You should make a decision only you are responsible for the quality of your life, and you can now decide how you wish to live your life.
What barriers/hindrances would exist with presenting the Christian gospel to a person from a secular humanism worldview.
Secular humanism also included the religious religion is one of the major barriers to social justice. When children are getting killed, we need to break down obstacles and look at the situation through the eyes of pure humanism. Building bridges, not walls between people, communities you should embrace universal humanism which cuts across all barriers of class, caste, and religion. Friendship knows no colors, put racism offside friendship knows no barriers, put humanism outside. Education is a cornerstone of a new humanism breaking down social and cultural barriers.
What personal challenges might you have with presenting the gospel?
To overcome family and personal difficulties and to allow the gospel to do the heavy lifting and uphill battles with your own challenges.
Building relationships with Muslims. Is important to build trust without trust what do you have? I do agree there are a lot of stereotypes against Muslims I think we need to break that. When the Muslims start becoming people that give back, then they won’t have to fight against stereotypes against Muslims. I do think we need to build a relationship with them. But maybe some people are afraid or too judgmental. What I mean by that is some people don’t like to become friends with others because of how they look or dress. I’ve seen that with my own eyes and have been there. Yes, It’s hard trying to explain to someone about their religion if you don’t know anything about it. That’s how I feel. And it’s true I think we all need to look at everyone as an individual and judging others isn’t the right thing to do. That’s why I always say you should love everyone no matter how they treat you, or by how they look.
People should do research on their culture. To try to get a better understanding to what they believe in and why. I also think when you’re talking to someone about their beliefs you shouldn’t be judgmental because it can come off as rude and hurtful. Some people feelings can easily get hurt, and you may think you aren’t being mean, but you are. And trying to get someone to listen and understand is true, but some people are hard at listening and some aren’t.