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FN.-AC. §35

The Antichrist.

     This “bearer of glad tidings” died as he lived and taughtnot to “save mankind,” but to show mankind how to live. It was a way of life that he bequeathed to man: his demeanour before the judges, before the officers, before his accusers–his demeanour on the cross. He does not resist; he does not defend his rights; he makes no effort to ward off the most extreme penalty–more, he invites it…. And he prays, suffers and loves with those, in those, who do him evil…. Not to defend one’s self, not to show anger, not to lay blames…. On the contrary, to submit even to the Evil One–to love him….

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