Every reasoning person holds a worldview, which is simply his or her ultimate view of reality. A worldview provides answers to basic questions such as: “Where did I come from?” “Why am I here?” “Am I morally accountable?” and “What happens when I die?” All such questions can be reduced to “Who is God?” and “Who is man?”

The primary alternatives to Christianity are secular humanism, the New Age Movement, unorthodox theology (usually in the form of neo-modernism), and postmodernism. Adherents to non-Christian worldviews often object to the notion of moral absolutes, which explains why they are increasingly antagonistic towards Christians and work to eliminate Christian influence.  Importantly, all four of these worldviews listed rely upon Darwinism for their intellectual justification. Since 1900, these worldviews have morphed into a mega-philosophy called the “Cartesian-Darwinian Narrative”. A summary statement of the Narrative is as follows:

“If there is a God, He does not intervene in the affairs of men; no miracles are allowed in the Cartesian-Darwinian world.”