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When a nation forgets God : 7 lessons we must learn from Nazi Germany

Author: Erwin W Lutzer
Publisher: Chicago : Moody Publishers, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The people of Nazi Germany weren't any more barbaric, uncivilized, or depraved than any other Western nation of the early Twentieth Century, yet the Nazi regime will forever serve as an example of brutality and extreme racism run amok. What led so many people to such extreme ends? According to Dr. Lutzer, the German people's progression from civility to barbarity was not extraordinary, and more than a few benchmarks  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Church history
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Erwin W Lutzer
ISBN: 9780802446565 0802446566
OCLC Number: 422757857
Awards: Commended for Christian Retailing's Best (Christian Living) 2011
Description: 148 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: When God is separated from government, judgment follows --
It is always the economy --
That which is legal might also be evil --
Propaganda can change a nation --
Parents --
not the state --
are responsible for a child's training --
Ordinary heroes can make a difference --
We must exalt the cross in the gathering darkness.
Responsibility: Erwin W. Lutzer.

Abstract:

The people of Nazi Germany weren't any more barbaric, uncivilized, or depraved than any other Western nation of the early Twentieth Century, yet the Nazi regime will forever serve as an example of brutality and extreme racism run amok. What led so many people to such extreme ends? According to Dr. Lutzer, the German people's progression from civility to barbarity was not extraordinary, and more than a few benchmarks from their transition can be observed in present day American society. --from publisher description.

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