Meaning of secular humanist in English:

secular humanist

noun

See secular humanism

‘Not anti-modernist insecurity but suburban prosperity fueled their rage at Communists, one-worlders, and secular humanists.’
  • ‘For different reasons, secular humanists and fundamentalists alike can revel in the foibles of idle, affluent housewives.’
  • ‘In contrast, secular humanists believe that the growth of knowledge can somehow make humans more rational.’
  • ‘We are not intended to reach the zenith of human potential as envisioned by secular humanists.’
  • ‘Then he talks about traditional values versus left-wing people who have these terrible secular humanist values.’