ConservativesUnderground It was in the heart of Christendom during the 19th century that the German philosopher and mystic Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) brazenly proclaimed the death of the supernatural God. Dubbing himself the Antichrist, Nietzsche spoke through his character the madman, who exclaimed:
"Where has God gone? We have killed Him, you and I! We are his murderers! Who gave us the sponge to wipe away the entire horizon? What did we do when we unchained the earth from the sun? What are churches now but tombs and sepulchers of God?"
Niezsche was saying that mankind had conceptually murdered God, and that with His death, the foundations of Christendom had been destroyed. A great darkness (moral insanity and evil) would cover Christendom, and in that darkness, up would be down, truth would be lie, right would be wrong, the profane would be sacred, abnormal would be normal, men would be gods, massive wars would engulf the West and killing on a scale never before witnessed would occur.
By 1974, America had been sufficiently atheitized that "death of God" theologians such as David Miller felt emboldened to follow in Nietzsche's footsteps and declare the funeral of God.
Whereas Nietzsche foresaw that the death of the Biblical God would lead to the death of Christendom, Miller rejoices that with God dead and buried, that "useless single-minded and one dimensional norm of a civilization" (America) will also die because the enduring precepts, unalienable rights, moral law, and traditions that make up America would also die.
That the America of the Founders is near death is verified by Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D. in her recently published Eagle Forum Court Watch article titled, "Our Dying Constitution - How To Revive It." Armstrong argues that the unalienable rights, self-evident truths, and enduring precepts on which the Constitution is based are Biblical in origin. But because Darwinism in effect means the death of God, it also means the death of the Constitution. Why? Because Darwinism is amoral, this means that moral relativism has stealthily pushed aside and taken the place of the Constitution's unalienable rights, self-evident truths, and enduring precepts.
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