Our world is fallen, and so are we. Therefore, secular psychology is like a game of hide-and-seek played by the blind. Secular social scientists search a dark world with darkened eyes looking at darkened image bearers. The “facts” that they research do not portray life as God originally designed it. They then filter their interpretations of these “facts” through their fallen minds. Secular psychology proceeds from anthropos to anthropos—from humanity to humanity—without regard for the insight of Deity (Robert Kelleman, Soul Physicians, p. 133-134).