Islam rejects the basic philosophical premise that humans—rather than God—are the measure of all things and that all intrinsic moral values are derived from human desires and needs. Islam, like other Semitic religions, teaches that God is the ultimate source of all moral values. humanistic psychology concepts are too vague. Critics argue that subjective ideas such as authentic and real experiences are difficult to objectify; an experience that is real for one individual may not be real for another person. For this reason, critics believe that conclusions drawn from subjective experiences are almost impossible to verify, making research in humanistic psychology unreliable. In addition, critics claim that humanistic psychology is not a true science because it involves too much common sense and not enough objectivity.
Man is the Caliph of God on earth, and has been bestowed the potential of the earth Caliphate. Those who meet the requirements of this rule are the driving force on the earth and have been blessed with a position of leadership.
The attributes needed to lead the world have two categories' one is the basic human qualities and the other attributes that are required in Islam.
The Principle of God for the Caliphate of earth is to get a nation as a whole the required attributes for that Caliphate, over other nations. With such people in the land of God promised to give the caliphate.
In this article discussed that promise of Caliphate in the light of explanatory literature, and described that Muslim Umma has been rise to lead the world, but at this time they have not the attributes to lead the world. So if they want to take that position, they should possess the potential of leading the world, then it will be possible to take the Caliphate of the earth, according to the laws of God.