20,000 leagues under the sea
Professor Aronnax, Ned Land, and Conseil
20,000 leagues under the sea by Jules Verne is about captain Nemo who shows respect for God as the Creator, he does not have faith in God, but he seeks revenge against humanity.
Respect for God as the Creator
Does not have faith in God
Seeks revenge against humanity
Step inside an amazing submarine and explore the underwater world of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne. While men have traveled and explored the oceans for centuries, no one can imagine a world in the nineteenth century such as the one Captain Nemo creates in his underwater vessel, the Nautilus. Professor Aronnax, a guest on the Nautilus for ten months, recounts the magnificent beauty of the oceans and the comforts of daily life on the submarine as he tries to understand the complex character of Captain Nemo. The professor’s observations reveal that, although Captain Nemo shows respect for God as the Creator, he does not have faith in God; rather, he seeks revenge against humanity.
The evidence that Captain Nemo respects God as the Creator is replete. Captain Nemo values the lives of those he holds dear, such as when he cried after his crew member died or when he saved the life of the pearl diver. In mourning and saving life, Captain Nemo showed a certain gratefulness for God’s creations. Captain Nemo also uses all of the Earth’s resources that God has given to fuel his explorations. Moreover, The Captain appreciates the beauty of the created world and is much more at home in it, than the artificial environs of mankind. With these facts we can tell that Captain Nemo has respect for God as the Creator.
Even though the professor’s observations of Captain Nemo believing in God as the Creator, he observes that Captain Nemo does not have faith in God.
Captain Nemo does have respect for God as the Creator, but does not have faith in God,...