Hating God: The Untold Story of Misotheism. Bernard Schweizer. Oxford University Press, pp. $ hard cover. What might it mean to believe in the. Hating God has 46 ratings and 9 reviews. Rolando said: Schweizer’s book presents an amazingly new kettle of fish on the religious scene, which I have bee. . Download Citation on ResearchGate | Hating God: The Untold Story of Misotheism | This book uncovers something more radical than atheism: hostility against.

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Bernard seems to be expanding on his dissertation topic, or whatever. User Review – Flag as inappropriate Q. In this revealing book, Bernard Schweizer looks at men and women who do not question God’s existence, but deny untolr He is merciful, competent, or good.

The author marshals an impressive array of evidence to demonstrate that this stance has a history of its own, although few people are aware of it.

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Bernard Schweizer, Hating God: As I read it, When I first saw this book, I picked it up immediately. Emon, Matthew Levering, and David Novak.

Aug 28, Elisabeth Watson rated it it was ok. Tasha Golden rated it it was amazing Jan 15, Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. The “Grammar” of Sacrifice Naphtali S. Some are motivated by social injustice, human suffering, or natural catastrophes that God does not prevent. Oxford University PressNov gld, – Religion – pages. Mar 11, Rolando added it. He is the author of Rebecca West: The Untold Story of Misotheism.

Mister Schweizer is shedding light on an area, which has surprisingly enough remained unnoticed until he blew some cobwebs from the book-covers of the classics and opened their content hatibg a fresh viewing. The Mormon Menace Patrick Mason.

An overall very well written must-read for those looking to have a sound understanding of religious rebellion through literature. Sifting through a wide range of li While atheists such as Richard Dawkins have now become public figures, there is another and perhaps darker strain of religious rebellion that has remained out of sight–people who hate God. Schweizer then briefly discusses other important figures—from Epicurus to Thomas Paine; from Nietzsche, Camus, and Proudhon to feminist thinkers—whose thought in- flects the literary work of the writers who are the subject of part 2.

He is the author of Rebecca West: Quite the opposite, absolute misotheists, like Nietszche and Shelly, do not wish to change God but rather completely dispose of him. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. God-hatredagonistic misotheismabsolute misotheismpolitical misotheismatheismtheologyanti-theismYahwehJesusChristianity.

James Unick rated it liked it Nov 23, There were others who desired deicide.

misotheosm Schweizer concludes that, despite their blasphemous thoughts, these people tend to be creative and moral individuals, and include such literary lights as Friedrich Nietzsche, Mark Twain, Zora Neale Hurston, Rebecca West, Elie Wiesel, and Philip Pullman.

A believer in God may have a “problem” with Satanism as a form of opposition to her deity, but a negative reinforcement of God might be a worse position yet — and so the miso-misotheist would be born.

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University Press Scholarship Online. It is well written and easy to follow. Although it is sometimes aligned with concepts of nihilism and terrorism, the philosophical anarchism of Proudhon, Kropotkin, Bakunin, and the Reclus brothers is essentially a pacifist, utopian, and liberal theory of voluntary association and mutual aid.

Many authors, who dare not voice their negative attitude to God openly, turn to fiction to give vent to it.

Sifting through a wide range of literary and historical works, Schweizer finds that people hate God for a variety of reasons.

In this revealing book, Bernard Schweizer looks at men and women who do not question God’s existence, but deny