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 +====== FN.-AC. §19 ======
 +===== The Antichrist. =====
 +<​tab>​The fact that the strong races of northern Europe did not repudiate this Christian god does little credit to their gift for religion–and not much more to their taste. They ought to have been able to make an end of such a moribund and worn-out product of the //​décadence//​. A curse lies upon them because they were not equal to it; they made illness, decrepitude and contradiction a part of their instincts–and since then they have not managed to //create// any more gods. Two thousand years have come and gone–and not a single new god! Instead, there still exists, and as if by some intrinsic right,–as if he were the //​ultimatum//​ and //maximum// of the power to create gods, of the //creator spiritus// in mankind–this pitiful god of Christian monotono-theism! This hybrid image of decay, conjured up out of emptiness, contradiction and vain imagining, in which all the instincts of //​décadence//,​ all the cowardices and wearinesses of the soul find their sanction!–
  
 +===== Similarities to aphorisms by Nietzsche =====
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 +===== Similarities to aphorisms by others =====
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 +===== Academic interpretations =====
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 +===== Other connections =====
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