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God is Alive in Argentina

God is Alive in Argentina Cause Button Museum
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The death of God is a concept taken from the 19th century German philosopher Neitche, who meant that God was no longer a valid source of morality. In the 1960s this idea evolved into the death of God theology, which argues that the concept of God is no longer relevant in our secular world. Supporters believe that Christianity should become a philosophy of love based in Jesus's teachings. This button plays on the concept of the death of God. It also references the conspiracy theory that Hitler did not die, but fled to Argentina, as many other Nazis did after WWII. It satirizes both conspiracy theorists and Christians, by implying that God being alive is a conspiracy theory.

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