When Friedrich Nietzsche said, “God is dead,” it was not God’s death he pronounced, but Man’s. Later, Nietzsche commented of the (then future) 20th century that it would be the bloodiest century in human history yet. After hundreds of millions of butchered human beings, today we are still experiencing the rejection of God in the form of abortion, irreplaceably declining birth rates, suicide – in sum, a total collapse of the will to live, which is the exact opposite of what Nietzsche called for. Instead of the “will to live”, the only will we have left is the will to die, to relinquish our wills. We are killing ourselves and the land is spewing us out. All this tells us that when humans reject God, it is instead the humans who are rejected.