121: Friedrich Nietzsche, Christianity is Called the Religion of Pity

All right, let's put a pin in this, I gotta help your pathetic faith. Gillespie and Riley continue to read and discuss Friedrich Nietzsche's "Antichrist." How does the Christian church promote weak piety and a denial of life? How does Christianity as a religion of pity weaken believers and society? What happens to Christianity when it mixes philosophy and theology together?

Text: The Antichrist (1888), Aphorisms 7 & 8

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