When Nietzsche said “God is dead…

When Nietzsche said “God is dead,” he didn’t mean the Supreme Being had died. When Nietzsche said “God is dead,” what he meant was that the power centers of Western culture had turned secular. When he said “God is dead,” he meant religion was no longer relevant to the political world or to the educational systems of Europe.

J. P. Moreland, from Assessing the Crisis of Our Age Part 1 at 30:52

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