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Excerpt from Human, All-Too-Human, Vol. 1: A Book for Free Spirits
Theologians on the other hand, as may be expected, will find no such ready help in their difficulties from Nietzsche They must, on the contrary, be on their guard against so alert an adversary - a duty which they are apparently not going to Shirk; for theologians are amongst the most ardent students of Nietzsche in this country. Their attention may therefore be drawn to aphorism 6 30 of this book, dealing with convictions and their origin, which will no doubt be successfully refuted by the defenders of the true faith. In fact, there is not a single paragraph in the book that does not deserve careful study by all serious thinkers.
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