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Ecce Homo - "Behold the Man" (Nietzsche and Jesus)

Ecce Homo - "Behold the Man" (Nietzsche and Jesus)

Luke 18:9-14 "Two men went up into the temple to pray, one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector."  Just a few weeks before going "mad" Nietzsche published his autobiography, "Ecce Homo" - a play on the words from Pilate about Jesus, in Latin meaning, "Behold the Man." As we continue looking at the gods of unbelief we are culminating our study with the suspicion and atheism of Frederich Nietzsche. While Freud pointed out that God is a made up illusion and Marx called God the opium that people drug themselves with because life is hard, Nietzsche says that "God is dead, and we have killed him." Join us as we dive into the deep end yet again to root out our own hypocrisy and resentment.

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