The 1985 Florida College lectures is a book that all Christians should read. The essence of humanism is nowhere better expressed than by Karl Marx, “Man is the supreme being for man.” Generally speaking, there is no room for the God of the Bible in the humanist’s worldview. Although many humanists claim to be religions, neither their religious views nor their ethical teachings are based upon biblical absolutes. In fact, most of them, as outright atheists, are thorough-going ethical relativists. Yet their ideas have permeated most of the religious, political, and educational institutions of the world. Indeed, their voices control the thinking of the masses by means of books, magazines, newspapers, radios, and TV Networks. This book is designed to be a positive response to humanism. You will find on its pages not only scholarly arguments against humanism but also practical alternatives for everyday living. From James Needham’s opening speech on “Sound the Alarm” to Homer Hailey’s closing exhortation to “Constancy in Times of Conflict,” you will find material that is fresh, exciting, and challenging. The hope for this volume is to provoke readers to do something to revoke the present monopoly and rising influence of humanism.