The New York Times never declared that God is dead. With such headers it was reporting on the theological faction from the sixties briefly discussed below.
The 1960s brought radical thinking about God to the forefront. Academics in universities and seminaries were pushing the envelope to the next stage. Judeo-Christian influence had dispelled and dispersed the ancient pantheons of Pagan gods and they now wondered if we needed any god at all.
Gabriel Vahanian, a professor of theology at Syracuse University, wrote in The Death of God (1961) that the "essentially mythological world view of Christianity has been succeeded by a scientific view of reality". This group of radical theologians were called the "God is Dead" theologians by the popular press. As one might expect the public was outraged at the thought their religious leaders may not believe in God.
An article published on April 8, 1966 in Time magazine entitled, "Is God Dead?", was written by John T. Elson the religion editor for Time magazine. He had been working on the article for months, examining the radical new ways of thinking about God. It became one of the most famous Time covers. The article covered the basic ideas circulating at the time which discussed the age old conflict between religious and secular ideas in Western culture. The article introduced William Hamilton, a tenured professor at a divinity school, as the leader of a new school of religious thinking. Hamilton and his associates believed the concept of "God" had run its course, civilization now operated on secular principles and churches should help people to learn to care for each other unconditionally with no illusions of going to "heaven" when they die. Hamilton received death threats when the article was published. He died on February 28, 2012 at the age of 87.
During that time, in 1966, John Cogley, the religious news editor at the New York Times, wrote an article about the "God is Dead" controversy/phenomenon as did many other writers of that period. Unfortunately the article cannot be found at this time. See link provided below.
The Jackal headed Anubis is the God of the dead
Osiris was Lord of the Dead.
no. the god of the dead was Hades.
I personally declare that God is good.
Neitzsche is dead, God.
When Spencer Drake, god of Alberta, told him to declare independence, or he would declare Brazil his own.
Hades is considered to be the greek god of the dead, but however he is not. He is the god of the underworld. The actual greek god of the dead is Thantos.
Hades was the God of the dead in Greek mythology.
Hades he is the god of the dead
A day of rest..
Pluto was the Roman god of the dead.
Osiris was the god of the dead Sources :my head :D
Hades is the god of the dead in greek mythology.
Osiris is the god of the dead!
Osiris is the god of the dead because he was dead and then was reborn. Osiris ruled the dead as he had ruled on earth.
the Greek god of the dead is hades (hay-dees) hades is not only the god of the dead but also the god of jewelry and money and stuff like that
The cast of The Heavens Declare the Glory of God - 2007 includes: David Rives as Himself - Host
Anubis was the god of embalming; Osiris is the god of the underworld and judge of the dead.
God is everywhere he is not dead he is always there before the universe also. you can call the god. He will respond to you.
On the seventh day god took rest and called it holy.
Hades with the God of the Dead and the ruler of the Underworld.
he means god is dead