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The Antichrist a Criticism of Christianity (Barnes and Noble Library of Essential Reading)

Friedrich Nietzsche

The Antichrist a Criticism of Christianity (Barnes and Noble Library of Essential Reading)

by Friedrich Nietzsche

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Edition Notes

ContributionsAnthony M. Ludovici (Translator), Dennis Sweet (Introduction)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8014766M
ISBN 100760777705
ISBN 109780760777701

The Book of ANTICHRIST Sub-Figura vel Liber Babalon PART TWO: THE BOOK OF ANTICHRIST. The Black Pilgrimage. Now it came to pass even as BABALON told me, for after receiving Her Book I fell away from Magick, and put away Her Book and all pertaining thereto. And I was stripped of my fortune (the sum of about $50,) and my house, and all I Possessed. About The Book The Antichrist is the most powerful criticism ever offered against modern values and beliefs. In earlier books Nietzsche had announced, “God is.

  The Antichrist, by Friedrich Nietzsche, is an extensive criticism of Christianity. But Nietzsche makes a very important distinction between the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Christian .   The Russian author, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, claimed that pity was the essence of Christianity. In Matthew we read about Jesus that “When he saw the multitudes, he was moved by compassion for them.” (Matt ) Nietzsche was critical to the ideal of compassion in Christianity. In Anti-Christ he wrote that “Christianity is the religion of pity.”.

Only Christianity, which Benson equates with his own Catholicism, stands in the way of Felsenburgh’s total domination. Casting aside all pretense of pacifism and revealing his true colors as the Antichrist, Felsenburgh destroys Rome by aerial bombardment. He makes opposition to his religion of Humanity a . Books critical of Jehovah's Witnesses‎ (1 P) Pages in category "Books critical of Christianity" The following 55 pages are in this category, out of 55 total.


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The Antichrist a Criticism of Christianity (Barnes and Noble Library of Essential Reading) by Friedrich Nietzsche Download PDF EPUB FB2

Overview. The Antichrist is the most powerful criticism ever offered against modern values and beliefs. In earlier books Nietzsche had announced, “God is dead,” and in The Antichrist he seethes with contempt for Christianity’s imposition, upon humanity, of its perverse and unnatural : Barnes & Noble.

The Antichrist is the most powerful criticism ever offered against modern values and beliefs. In earlier books Nietzsche had announced, God is dead, and in The Antichrist he seethes with contempt for Christianitys imposition, upon humanity, of its perverse and unnatural vision/5.

The Anti-Christ is more about the organized religious institution of Christianity than it is about God or even Christians themselves (although he does criticize both God and Christians to some degree, too).

The basis for his criticisms are as follows: 1. Christians lifted their religion from pagans. The Bible is full of inconsistencies. /5(). The Antichrist: A Criticism of Christianity (The Barnes & Noble Library of Essential Reading): The Antichrist | Book annotation not available for this : The AntichristAuthor: Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm/ Sweet, Dennis (INT)/ Ludovici, Anthony M.

(TRN)Publisher: Sterling Pub Co IncPublication Date: /03/16Number of Pages: Binding Type: PAPERBACKLibrary of Congress. I have just finished reading Friedrich Nietzsche's "The Antichrist: A Criticism of Christianity".

The theme of this book or perhaps extended essay is the criticism and/or condemnation of the Christian faith. I must admit I am surprised how many of Nietzsche's points are still very relevant today despite the fact this book was written /5(8).

The subject of this thesis is the critique of Christianity contained in Friedrich Nietzsche's book, The Anti-Christ. Believing that this book constitutes perhaps the most profound theoretical attack ever made against Christianity, we have attempted to achieve an understanding of this : Kinsey Bruce Ward.

The Antichrist: an Attempt at a Criticism of Christianity. Vol. The Free Spirit: a Criticism of Philosophy as a Nihilistic Movement. Vol. III. The Immoralist: a Criticism of Morality, the Most Fatal Form of Ignorance. Vol. Dionysus: the Philosophy of Eternal Recurrence.

The Handmaid's Tale is a superbly filmed and acted version of Margaret Attwood's novel and has won five Emmys – including Elizabeth Moss in the lead role deservedly winning best liberal metro-elites love it because it portrays their nightmare – a United States run by religious fundamentalists, in which women are oppressed and treated as a subservient class.

I, BELARION, ANTICHRIST, in the year of the rule of the Black Brotherhood called Christianity, do make my Manifesto to all men. And I, THE ANTICHRIST, come among you, saying: An end to the pretence, and lying hypocrisy of Christianity.

An end to the servile virtues, and superstitious restrictions. An end to the slave morality. The Antichrist is the most powerful criticism ever offered against modern values and beliefs.

In earlier books Nietzsche had announced, “God is dead,” and in The Antichrist he seethes with contempt for Christianity’s imposition, upon humanity, of its perverse and unnatural vision.5/5(3).

Not a few religious people have been shaken by their encounters with Friedrich Nietzsche's searing attack on Christianity as being anti-life, anti-intellectual, and the religion for losers.

A man who writes a book called The Antichrist--and who identifies with the title--is no shrinking violet when it comes to polemics.

It is no wonder that many atheists prize Nietzsche as their ace prosecutor against Christianity. Homo,” “The Antichrist” is the last thing that Niet-zsche ever wrote, and so it may be accepted as a state- The Antichrist: an Attempt at a Criticism of Christianity.

INTRODUCTION Vol. The Free Spirit: a Criticism of Philosophy as a Nihilistic Movement. in this book, intended to attack Christianity headlong and with all. The medieval view of Antichrist communicated by Adso, Ripelin, and a host of other writers rested on the principle that Antichrist is the parodic opposite of Christ in.

Critics have challenged Christian beliefs and teachings as well as Christian actions, from the Crusades to modern terrorism. The intellectual arguments against Christianity include the suppositions that it is a faith of violence, corruption, superstition, polytheism, and bigotry.

I. The Antichrist: an Attempt at a Criticism of Christianity. Vol. The Free Spirit: a Criticism of Philosophy as a Nihilistic Movement. Vol. III. The Immoralist: a Criticism of Morality, the Most Fatal Form of Ignorance.

Vol. Dionysus: the Philosophy of Eternal :   The Anti-Christ is more about the organized religious institution of Christianity than it is about God or even Christians themselves (although he does criticize both God and Christians to some degree, too).

Christians lifted their religion from pagans. The Bible is full of inconsistencies/5(). In popular Western culture, the phrase “the antichrist” may have also become standard, ironically, in part because of Friedrich Nietzche’s furiously anti-Christian book of that name in By the s, wildly popular dispensational books such as Hal Lindsey’s The Late Great Planet Earth made it a commonplace that “the Antichrist Author: Thomas Kidd.

The Anti-Christ is more about the organized religious institution of Christianity than it is about God or even Christians themselves (although he does criticize both God and Christians to some degree, too). The basis for his criticisms are as follows: 1. Christians lifted their religion from pagans/5().

Originally published Novem In Christian eschatology, the Antichrist, or anti-Christ, is someone recognized as fulfilling the biblical prophecies about one who will oppose Christ and substitute himself in Christ's place before the Second Coming. The term (including one plural form) is found five times in the New Testament, solely in the First and Second Epistle of John.

This book belongs to a seven-volume series, the first of which, Life of Jesus, is the most famous (or infamous). The Antichrist, the fourth volume, tells the story of Christianity from a few years after the Crucifixion up to the fall of Jerusalem in AD “Up to now, most atheists have simply criticized religion in various ways, but the point is to dispel it.

In A Manual For Creating Atheists, Peter Boghossian fills that gap, telling the reader how to become a ‘street epistemologist’ with the skills to attack religion at its weakest point: its reliance on faith rather than evidence.

This book is essential for nonbelievers who want to do.The ‘Christian Identity’ Movement, [booklet]. Atlanta, Georgia: Center for Democratic Renewal/Division of Church and Society, National Council of Churches.

Friedrich Nietzsche, The Antichrist; Joseph McCabe A Rationalist Encyclopaedia: A book of reference on religion, philosophy, ethics and science, Gryphon Books .