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What’s wrong with human rights?

Uncovering a False Religion

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Is the concept of universal human rights in agreement with the Bible? This book says that the answer to that question is quite simply no. It is actually a man-conceived ideology which is relentlessly promoted these days, no doubt by well-meaning people. However, it exists without any divine endorsement, from a biblical point of view. At best it is a useful tool for giving a voice to those who are truly oppressed in this troubled world, but it will not give them a lasting solution. Any justice system which prioritises the claiming of rights, rather than the acknowledgement of wrongdoing, is much more likely to create conflict in society than to settle it.

The foundational, sometimes called inalienable, human rights discussed in this book are assumed to belong to everyone, simply by virtue of their being born human. The Bible is absolutely clear in affirming that every human being has inalienable value. However God nowhere infers that He has given any rights to humankind except those that come through a covenant relationship with Him.

This book claims that today’s increasingly fervent belief in the concept of human rights, not least in the area of sexual rights, is best described as a man-made religion, and therefore a false religion.

ISBN: 9781852408732
192 pages

Reviews

  1. Watchman

    The title of this book seriously undersells its contents. It is an aspect of spiritual warfare which has been quietly undermining the authority of God even within the Christian church. A brilliantly researched and written understanding of the dynamics of spiritual rebellion masquerading as altruism. A must read for anyone who wants to understand a major reason the world is in such a mess!

  2. Robin C

    I would strongly recommend this book. It addresses issues over which I’ve been uneasy for some time, but the author helps articulate these and places them in a biblical framework. If you “smell a rat” where many of today’s rights and entitlement issues are concerned then this is a helpful unpacking.

  3. Mel Menzies

    Never have I highlighted so many truths in a book before! Never have I learned so much. Never have my friends been so enthused. What’s Wrong With Human Rights? by David Cross was the choice of my Book Club, and while there were some who felt edgy about the author’s views on the Satanic influence in Human Rights, we endorsed so much of what he had to say. Particularly when the conflict and victimhood of Rights are perceived, versus the solidarity and stability brought about by Responsibility and Repentance. The historical content was particularly enjoyable, reminding us all of our school days, but also laying out the influence wrought on Human Rights by Deism, Freemasonry and Epicureanism – an eye-opener if ever there was one. Our only criticism was that the topics tended to jump around from chapter to chapter. Nevertheless, this, to our minds, is a book which should be read by all.

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