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At the end of the nineteenth century, Nietzsche claimed that it would become increasingly impossible to believe in God. Part of his claim involved

At the end of the nineteenth century, Nietzsche claimed that it would become increasingly impossible to believe in God. Part of his claim involved radical changes in society. What changes? Have they continued? In our own time, does what passes for belief in God (at least for many people) refute or confirm Nietzsche's prediction. what Nietzsche mean by the death of God.

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