Failed Philosophy

Since the proclamation of the death of God during the last part of the 19th century by the German philosopher Fredrick Nietzsche, society has descended into the depth of nihilism while various groups conjured up their own ideal to instantiate into society, all of which have failed miserably.

At this moment, we are still witnessing the efforts of radical groups try and enforce their ideals upon society, most of which are variations of the older, failed ideas. As these groups conjure up and shout out their corrupted ideology, they fail miserably to observe the true ideal set before them that was spoken by God and written down by men.

This blind ignorance is part and partial due to their own arrogance and selfish desires as well as their disregard for God Himself. And yet all one has to do is observe the teachings of both Christ and the apostles, without a bias that is, and easily conclude that Christianity by far exceeds any moral ideal that man could create.

If the same effort that the radicals put into formulating their own ideal into that of the study of the Christian mode of being, we would see a radical transformation of love, joy and peace within society. But perhaps this path is much too easy for the radical opposition and impedes their own selfish desires rather than the improvement of the lives of others?

Whatever the case, the law of God is perfect, and the great need for it to dwell within every human heart and mind throughout the globe should be the mission of each and every Christian currently inhabiting this planet. Man may conceptualize an ideal, but the perfect law of God prevails over them all.

“The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul; The testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple;”
‭‭Psalms‬ ‭19:7‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

-Michael Thacker

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