Nietzsche repudiates Christian the point of, in the third chapter of its workmanship analyzed here, to affirm that the Christian is the wrong type of man to be servant, arriving to call it ' ' unhealthy crossbow humana' '. Already for Saramago, the power of the Christianity reigns with so great force in the society occidental person who the people are dominated by he himself not following a Christian religion. Demystifying official history, in the Evangelho (), the author searchs to show to the human side of a considered man direct son of God and, therefore, also the holy ghost, raising the dispute of that does not have as to feel mazelas human beings being the holy ghost. Such attitude alone would be possible if Jesus came as a common human being, with all the yearnings and privations of a common man. In case that contrary, it he would not have as to know our human beings necessities. The suffering of Jesus if of exactly for this not being able to behave itself as a god. In this way, it makes look like to be a weak one its followers who, with its humilhante death, feel themselves in worse situation.
From there the necessity of santificar it by means of resurrection, which inexists in the Evangelho (). In the end of the book, Jesus simply dies. As if Saramago wanted of this form to hinder the sprouting it Christianity and of the so disastrous religion for the humanity. Chapter III Consideraes Final the fact to have existed at different times was not reason so that Nietzsche and Saramago thought the same different on subject. Both the authors hardly criticize the Christianity in its workmanships, being its similar opinions very. The interrogation to the past also is made by the two authors and, when making it, both have the concern in leaving the estereotipadas cercaduras of the Christianity, covering the way of the historical process.