Saturday, April 20, 2013

Secular humanist Paul Kurtz vs. the Christian Francis Schaeffer - Schaeffer wins hands down in the legacy department

The late Paul Kurtz is considered to be the "father of secular humanism" (a form of atheism). The late Francis Schaeffer was a Christian apologists who argued that Christendom had to do more to confront secular humanism, advance Christianity in the public square and he also argued against theological modernism.  Schaeffer was the author of the book A Christian Manifesto which a number of Christian and conservative political public figures say had a big influence on them.

The current web traffic on the Paul Kurtz website is so low that Alexa does not give it a ranking and lists its ranking as "no data" (See: Alexa - Paul Kurtz).  On the other hand, Francis Schaeffer has a number of websites dedicated to honoring his legacy and they all have rankings listed by Alexa. 

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Previously, we published articles on how Paul Kurtz left no significant legacy:

Paul Kurtz, the father of secular humanism, is another atheist failure without a legacy

Paul Kurtz is shown a lack of respect by the Secular Web. Paul Kurtz: Another atheist without a legacy

PZ Myers proves Paul Kurtz, the father of secular humanism, was another atheist failure without a legacy 

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