Friedrich Nietzsche - The Antichrist. Curse on Christianity.

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Full text reading by Axel Grube
4 CD-A in a handmade jewelry box
Playing time: 267 min.
ISBN 978-3-933691-27-9
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'Hear me! Because I am this and that! Above all, do not confuse me! '(Friedrich Nietzsche: Ecce Homo) Only for later generations did Nietzsche expect an openness, a real interest and understanding:' How can I confuse myself with those for whom ears are growing today ', he wrote and we ask: Is it now time for such an understanding and does the audio book medium possibly offer the ideal solution for 'growing ears' in order to win Nietzsche's thinking with all its fruitful contradictions for life? Last but not least, this also means a new way of thinking about, and possibly also a revision of one's own stubborn prejudices regarding Nietzsche's relationship to Christianity. Nietzsche's profound commitment to the person of Jesus, which is given its most eloquent expression in the 'Antichrist', in the 'Curse on Christianity', it would be time for that too. ' basically there was only one Christian and he died on the cross. The 'gospel' died on the cross. From that moment on, what is called 'gospel' was already the opposite of what he lived: a 'bad message'. This 'good messenger' died as he lived, as he taught - not to 'redeem people' but to show how to live. (.) The 'sin', any distance relationship between God and man has been abolished - precisely that is the 'good news. " (Friedrich Nietzsche: The Antichrist)

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