A comment was made in another thread that many pastors and minister preach "Secular Humanism" rather than the Bible. While I am glad that Secular Humanism is not linked exclusively to atheism, it got me thinking about the concept of secular humanism. You see, I am a Christian but also consider myself to be a Secular Humanist. I follow the teachings of one of the first Secular Humanists whose words and thoughts were recorded. He, during his life, pointed out the fallacy of Biblical legalism. He preached against religious fundamentalism and emphasized that the brotherhood of man was just as important as worshipping God. That the two go hand in hand, inexorably linked. That faith in God leads to good works among mankind. Yes, I am a Christian... and a Secular Humanist because that teacher was Jesus Christ.