‚Äčanalyze zarathustra on good and evil Then compare it to the Ten Commandments

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analyze "zarathustra on good and evil". Then compare it to the Ten Commandments.

Apr 9th, 2015

Zarathustra makes the assumption that it is in

human nature to make a choice; the choice to

be good or evil. He assumes that humans have

the capability to make morally good choices out

of free will.Zarathustra believed that everyone would prefer

to be good over evil. This is because there was

so many more rewards when a person was good

than when a person was evil. When a person

was evil, he would be punished. Therefore the

logical thing to do was to be a good human

being. Zarathustra believed that there would

always be both good and evil in the world which

meant that a person's fate was completely

based on the their choices throughout life.

Zarathustra believed there would be a

judgement day which would eventually come on

a certain date, and that on this date the

persons after life would be determined based on

the choices he or she made during their

lifetime.

Being a modest thought based on the bible teaching, Zarathustra somehow concurs with  the Christian teaching on good and evil.

Based on the ten commandments, human beings are given the blueprint to choose from good and bad.

All the ten commandments teach Christians how to avoid trouble with the spirits and their fellow neighbors through making self decisions with the aid of Holy spirit who dwells in the heart.


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