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Clark stopped attending church services when his super-hearing, X-ray vision and other super senses began developing.
As Clark later told his wife, Lois Lane, he stopped attending services becaues he "knew too much about their lives -- their problems -- their lies...
Superman's Moses-like origin and his Midwestern WASP-ish (White Anglo-Saxon Protestant) persona are widely regarded as a symbol of Jewish assimilation.
Children of immigrant Jews, Siegel and Shuster were not unlike many in their generation in their desire to fit in to the general population.
Instead of making his big trip to the fictional New York of Metropolis, he makes his way to Moscow to become not only the darling of the 1950s communist elite, but also the country's primary defence initiative...
Writing such a story, which starts with a simple high concept in the 1950s and brings us up to date (where Superman narrates the whole thing shortly before his suicide), was always going to be a laugh.
It is over one hundred thousand words full of action, characterization, and plot sculpting. Instead of Superman's rocket ship crash landing in the wheat fields of Kansas, Superman: Red Son details his landing on a Soviet collective farm somewhere in Ukraine.
Instead of being , he is raised during the cold war with an appreciation for Karl Marx and a devotion to Comrade Stalin.This does not mean, however, that the adult Superman attends weekly church services (he does not).If asked if he is a Methodist, the adult Superman would not answer "no," but he would defer answering such a pointedly denominational question by suggesting that he respects people of all faiths and backgrounds and considers himself a servant of all humanity.The father and super-powered son are framed in front of a Christian church (note the cross on the tower or steeple in the background).Later on this same page, Superman mentions "the solid, moral foundation my foster parents gave" him. Maggin, an observant Jew who is one of Superman's most popular and influential contemporary chroniclers, stated in a 1998 interview that Clark Kent and the entire family are Methodists.#850 (August 2007), for example, identifies Methodism by name as the denomination that Clark Kent and his mother attended.