The article intends to explore the possible impact of the image of God originated in Judaism and Christianity on some elements of the configuration of Europe, in an essentially cultural perspective, although with also political effects. It is not intended to assess this impact only within Christian or Jewish communities, that is, in relation to the believers of these religious traditions. It is intended to extend this impact to European society, as such, since the effect of this image of God can also refer to non-believers, especially in the way they interpret their daily lives and their social structures. It is not, therefore, about the recovery of a theocratic system, but about the possibility of effects of the reference to God, as if God did not exist.
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