Beyond Good and Evil
- View SourceStarman made an excellent point when he said that for every Good
there are two evils: Ahrimanic evil and Luciferic evil.
The goodness that is opposite of evil is not the true good. It is
Luciferian goodness, that is otherworldly and metaphysical, the
false good that Nietzsche despised and criticized so vehemently
in "Beyond Good and Evil." Nietzsche rejected Christianity because
he felt it was based on this Augustinian concept of goodness and
evil. Unfortunately, Nietzsche was never exposed to a triune
understanding of Christianity, or else I feel he would have embraced
it wholeheartedly. Consequently he became a vehement critic of the
Christian religion. He despised Paul and wrote about Jesus as
though he were an escapist.
The question is, is Christ good? That is a deep mystery.