It is interesting how Nietzsche says that ''god is dead'' and not that ''God never existed''. - His dad was a Christian pastor, so he was in contact with religuious ideas since birth. I believe he loved ''god'' so much, that he had to kill it's modern and twisted perception. Spirituality more than Religion.

It is interesting how Nietzsche says that ''god is dead'' and not that ''God never existed''. - His dad was a Christian pastor, so he was in contact with religuious ideas since birth. I believe he loved ''god'' so much, that he had to kill it's modern and twisted perception. Spirituality more than Religion.

Yet it [Nietzche’s “God is Dead”] has, for some ears, the same eerie sound as that ancient cry which came echoing over the sea to mark the end of the nature gods: “Great Pan is dead.” ~Carl Jung, CW 11, Para 145.

Yet it [Nietzche’s “God is Dead”] has, for some ears, the same eerie sound as that ancient cry which came echoing over the sea to mark the end of the nature gods: “Great Pan is dead.” ~Carl Jung, CW 11, Para 145.

God Is Dead [CD]

God Is Dead [CD]

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