Hating God: The Untold Story of Misotheism. Bernard Schweizer. Oxford University Press, pp. $ hard cover. What might it mean to believe in the. Hating God has 46 ratings and 9 reviews. Rolando said: Schweizer’s book presents an amazingly new kettle of fish on the religious scene, which I have bee. . Download Citation on ResearchGate | Hating God: The Untold Story of Misotheism | This book uncovers something more radical than atheism: hostility against.
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Michael McCluskey rated it liked it Jul 28, Kevin rated it liked it Oct 18, Nov 08, Tyler Malone rated it it was amazing Hahing As opposed to atheists who question the existence of God, misotheists acknowledge his existence but question his good will.
In response to the increasing attention being given to atheists such as Untol Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens, this book seems to have found an emerging populace that have become increasingly more vocal about their feelings of discontent towards God.
Misotheism is something that’s not talked about a lot—and it’s really not anything that has ever been talked about—which is the point of this book: As I read it, When I first saw this book, Untopd picked it up immediately. While atheists such as Richard Dawkins have now become public figures, there is another and perhaps darker strain of religious rebellion that has remained out of sight–people who hate God. Sam Amburgey rated it liked it Aug 14, Classical, Early, and Medieval Poetry and Poets: The Untold Story of Misotheism.
Indeed, Schweizer provides many new and startling readings of literary masterpieces, highlighting the undercurrent of hatred for God. Things happen for a reasonI just found out the names of my two guardian angels by visitingOur Lady of Mercy my other church.
So as a general reader you did not get much out of it? Sade and his virulently God-hating literary descendants would have made for provocative case studies at- testing to the amplitude of misotheism. My library Help Advanced Book Search. He is the author of Rebecca West: Still, why try to understand god through these literary figures?
Search my Subject Specializations: Review of “Hating God: Return to Book Page. He is the author of Rebecca West: Misoyheism while I do not know any other misotheists in my life, I think this is an essential text for anyone who who calls for the destruction or, alternatively, the changed misofheism of God to read.
Quite the opposite, absolute misotheists, like Nietszche and Shelly, do not wish to change God but rather completely dispose of him. When Gor first saw this book, I picked it up immediately.
Proudhon or Bakunin, as political misotheists, address their attack because of the socio-economic effects that God off religion have on the world. To purchase, visit your preferred ebook provider. But it is a testament to the rich potentialities of this book of literary history and criticism that scholars of religion will find so much upon which to draw. A believer in God may have a “problem” with Satanism as a form of opposition to her deity, but a negative reinforcement of God misotneism be a worse position yet — and so the miso-misotheist would be born.
I wonder if the concept of “misotheism,” which fills a gap in the system of religious classification, will spawn a following, one that either applauds the literati of his mentioning or alternatively stands up for their own views which, I surmise, may have been subconsciously tucked away. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Want to Read saving…. The Pennsyl- vania State University Press, Open Preview See a Problem? Some are motivated by social injustice, human suffering, or natural catastrophes that God does not prevent.
A New Class of Religious Rebellion. Eric Kysela rated it it was amazing Jun 02, Although it is sometimes aligned with concepts of nihilism and terrorism, the philosophical anarchism of Proudhon, Kropotkin, Bakunin, and the Reclus brothers is essentially a pacifist, utopian, and liberal theory of voluntary association and mutual aid.
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Jeremiah rated it really liked it Jan 18, Anarchists argue that the slave mentality can be exchanged for the revolutionary mentality if one is sufficiently exposed to the ideas of liberation and social change.
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