Isaiah 50:4-7; Psalms 22:8-9,17-20,23-24; Philippians 2:6-11; Mark 14:1-15:47 (or Mark 15:1-39)
A college student used the rest room wall to expound upon what he had learned in his Philosophy 101 class. The student had been studying the writings of the nineteenth-century German thinker Friedrich Nietzche, who is well known for his assertion that “God is dead.” The student scribbled graffiti on the wall that read:
“GOD IS DEAD” signed, Nietzsche.
Below that was another student’s rebuttal which read:
“NIETZCHE IS DEAD” signed, God.
Back in the late sixties, during a scholarly discussion of the “God Is Dead” theology, the famous author/psychologist, Dr. Erich Fromm, told his colleagues that instead of debating the question “Is God dead?”, they should be debating the question, “Is man dead? The psychologist explained: Man has been transformed into a thing … a producer … a consumer … an idolater of other things …
He sits for hours in front of bad television programs without even knowing that he’s bored.
He learns that millions of children around the world…
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