Feuerbach's Ideas About Religion
I found Feuerbach’s ideas about religion very strange to me, because I am a very religious person and I believe that God created all of us, not the other way around. As Feuerbach explains it he believes that, us humans, created the image of God in our minds. I agree with him to a certain extent when he talks about how we are divided into two selves. The two selves that make up our actually selves are- the way we are- and the idealized self- the way we would like to be. I agree that we have two selves. We do see ourselves as the way we are and we do see ourselves as a way that we see ourselves improve in the future and become a better humans. Feuerbach believes that …show more content…
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