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God is Dead

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Peter Maslin

on 17 October 2013

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Transcript of God is Dead

"God is Dead"

Entering Philosophies
End Game
Fredrich Nietzsche
(1844 - 1900)
The first punk philosopher
Constructed Post-Christian moral ethic

- no longer reliant on Traditional and Judeo - Christian dogma. - Slave Mentality
Christian Faith
Socratic/Platonic/Aristotle

"To jibber about a true world is not only to degrade this one but is a sign of weakness, sickness and decadence".

- A step further than Rousseau & Volitaire who still considered Deism

- Bridged Modernism to Post Modernism
Do away with it!
- It is a social construct decietfully invented
- No external Metaphsyic is needed at all

Live for the now
Yield to desire, passion, self.
Morality of pleasure and experience
Sin is not sin at all
Creation of Super Man (Ubermensch)
Value of Strength & Power

The self definition of an individual morality

Destruction of Absolute truth

"A world of their own beside the other"

Concept of a Master Race

Influenced Freud

- Idea of unconscious desire
Fredrich Nietzsche 1882
Consequence?

New post Christian foundation for morality.

No absolute way to live , what to value.

Safety net is removed.

Deconstructed personal interplay

No place for God in classroom, curriculum,
community
Science
Self
Faith
Science
R&E
Religious Dogma
Modernism
Superstition
Post Modern
Rejection
Deconstructed School Context
Philosophical
Structural
Personal

Foundation of Sand
Dislocation from Absolutes and Structures
that hold people together

What are the issues with this?
"God is Alive"

Why?
Consequence?
A Triscendent Philosophy
(Maslin, 2013)
A foundation of rock and living
water
Connection
to Christ
to Philosophy
to Structure
to Person
Why?
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