There are six chapters in “The Brave New World” and in the fourth one Christianity is demonstrated to be unnecessary. It is said that people were never taught religion and they were conditioned so they would never be alone and think about the possibility of God. As for the creation of the religion, it is almost similar to the act of artistic expression, as it required the considerable amount of the individual belief and emotion. With the idea of the consequently and the higher being, the idea of something more important aspect of life than just the remaining stable, that would be detrimental to the utopian world.
Even instead of the pondering an afterlife, the residents remain true and sincere to their society which is demonstrated in the book in the following way. One of the characters mentions that it is fine to think and consider that we can go on while being useful for society even after their deaths. In fact, it is believed to be the one of the most important topics and plot of the analyzed book.
In some chapters, there are seven out of ten Emotions which are controlled in Brave New World, and of course, it is stated about the stability which can be achieved best when everybody seems to be happy. The representatives of the government do it best and eliminate all the painful emotions, which mean every passion and every deep feeling. Huxley demonstrates that the members of the government recognize the dangers of the negative and painful emotions when the controller stated that the actual happiness always looked pretty squalid while comparing it with the over-compensations for the misery.
In some other chapters 15 through 18 the society in the Brace New World lacks the Christianity and spirituality. The society who seeks for the pleasure pursues no spiritual experiences or some joys which prefer the carnal ones. The lack of the religion, which is looked for with the true transcendental understanding, helps to ensure that the great amount of people from lower and upper classes have any reasons to rebel. The religious ritual, that they have, begins as the attempt to reach the higher level of the understanding as the community, but it quickly turns into the chance of pleasing the carnal nature of man during the orgiastic ritual. These actions deny the soul of a human, which is usually in the searching for pleasure, but in the mind, it preserves the society which is based on the happiness which was established by its representatives.
There are six chapters in “The Brave New World” and in the fourth one Christianity is demonstrated to be unnecessary. It is said that people were never taught religion and they were conditioned so they would never be alone and think about the possibility of God.