Lumina 20 (1):83-94 (2009)

Menelito Mansueto
Colegio de San Juan de Letran
That “God is dead” is the first thing that would recall to mind the moment one invokes or mentions the name of Nietzsche, as if that’s the only thing people knew of him, that his name has become almost synonymous with atheism. The author defends Nietzsche by arguing that although he is against Christianity, Nietzsche is not totally against God, and a life-giving God is reconcilable into Nietzsche’s thought. Keywords: Nietzsche and Religion, Philosophy and Faith, Filipino Religiousity
Keywords Nietzsche as Believer, Theism  Filipino Philosophy, Religion and Atheism  Cebuano Religiosity  Folk Religiousity
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