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The Anti-Christ by Friedrich Nietzsche
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Apr 23, 2008

it was ok
bookshelves: philosophy, commentary, fascinating-trash

Was Neitzsche more philosopher or more stand-up comic similar (and superior) to Lewis Black? Religion as superstion, and faith's conviction a more dangerous enemy of truth than lies - you can take it from there. The Revelation of the Bible was not in everybody's canon in the early Church, indeed, it is missing from the Pashitto and other collections; for a long time it was considered aprocyphal in the Eastern Church. The Anti-Christ is perhaps God's Loki-like joke played on the Church, or God as Thor's hammer. Revelation, Anti-Christ - traps diverting one's single command by Christ to love and thus live the Kingdom of God in the here and now. The rest is twaddle.

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