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Christianity and Love versus the Reality Many of us have an ideal picture of what our future looks like It is a picture that is filled with hopes dreams happiness and loves We do what we do now to complete our picture of the future as fully and as fast as possible Many of us believe in God We convince ourselves that God will guide us through problems and when our time here on earth is completed we will be called and enter another place where problems no longer exist But what would happen if we all die tomorrow There will be no future And what would happen if there was no afterlife Then death is final said Camus Albert Camus conceives of the world in terms of incongruity and contrasts man lives yet he is condemned to die death is the only definite destiny one can be sure to reach most people live believing the existence of an afterlife yet there has never been any proof of its actuality Camus critiques in The Plague the ability of Absolute Truth- Gods definition of our being here to effectively guide the lives of the people of Oran he thus challenges man to do the work that has hitherto assigned to GodAbsolute Truth Using the characters like Rambert and Paneloux Camus questions the potency of romantic love and Christianity to guide mankind through the crisis the plague brings forth Camus argues through the forming of the sanitary squads and the consistent battles Rieux puts up against the plauge that in the life-threatening emergency only the solidarity of each and every affected man can save one another Camus criticizes that God offers neither absolution nor justification for the presence of the harm and believes Christianity and its entirety can indeed be dangerous Father Paneloux tried to justify the presence of the plague by equaling sins with punishments at his first sermon If today the plague is
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