Marxism and Christianism

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First we will discuss different aspects of Marxism; second we will discuss the different aspects of Christianity. Last, we will discuss and compare the similarities, and we will discuss and contrast the differences of both theories. Before we begin to discuss the theory of Karl Marx we should know a little bit of background information on the man. Karl Marx was born in 1818, in Prussia. His father was a lawyer and Marx went on to …

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…condemnation of religion as ‘the opium of the people’ is the antithesis of the Christian belief that only through divine forgiveness from God can we reach utopia. Marxists also can reach utopia, but their belief is that this can happen only if there is a radical change in society. We have compared and contrasted some various areas of these two major theories, and it is interesting to see that they have distinguishable similarities and differences.