Atheism | God, presence of

“God is not the God of the dead but of the living. All are alive for Him” (Luke 20:38).

A college student used the men’s room wall to expound upon what he learned in his Philosophy 101 class. The student had been studying the writings of the nineteenth- century German thinker Friedrich Nietzsche, who is well known for his assertion that “God is dead.”

The student scribbled graffiti on the wall that read: “GOD IS DEAD” signed, Friedrich Nietzsche.

Below that was another student’s rebuttal which read: “NIETZSCHE IS DEAD”
signed, God.

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