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Two of the most important concepts of Nietzsches were the possible origins of Christianity and the faith that surrounds it whether or not it was valid or not In the following arguments it will hopefully be proven that both the origin is flawed and the intent behind it ie faith is just as skewed Also a proof will be presented as to how this master scheme was orchestrated to achieve ultimate social power and control though a popular stimulus religion Christianity came into existence in order to lighten the heart but now it has first to burden the heart so as afterwards to be able to lighten it Consequently it shall perish This is a very powerful statement made by Nietzsche however it holds to be quite true in may aspects The only way to accept a savior is to first be in need of one your heart must require something like a savior hence it must be burdened This yet is an odd concept how must you accept something so harshly Well as Nietzsche so eloquently portrays in his essays the individual must be vulnerable being at a pint in their life where they have nothing to turn to at all except Christianity This as Nietzsche concludes will be the downfall of Christianity in the end Something that is accepted so loosely upon desperation for help and understating cannot possibly achieve the full potential desired instead it will perish With all of this we can stem to the basic argument of Nietzsche God is Dead Only the ideal remains in society day in this we find that we grasp and hold onto what ever pulls us out of the muck and in Nietzsches opinion his is what Christianity has evolved into How can something that is dead be able to save us from our own despair This is a possible flaw in Nietzsches
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