The death of God, true worlds, and Christian hope

In My Father's House

On April 8, 1966, Time Magazine’s cover read, “Is God Dead?” which created quite a stir, but this meme was made famous long before by atheist philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche. I have included a short video clip about this that I will borrow from to explain what he meant by saying this and to make my own point.

Nietzsche announces the death of God in a famous aphorism in his book, The Gay Science called “The Madman.” 

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  1. Both Nietzsche and Frankl’s works have longevity because they teach us how to make meaning rather than seek it from unhelpful sources like religious belief.

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