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Hitler and Christianity

November 27, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

I’m becoming very interested on this topic. I was first introduced to this idea in a debate between Dinesh D’souza and Christopher Hitchens. And this video made me really interested. Not interested because I agree that Hitler was acting in line with the will of God, but rather because a lot of people do. Has anyone considered that Hitler used all kinds of ideologies and twisted them to fit his agenda? He was a politician, and acted like it. He claimed Catholicism and Christianity, but rejected the very teachings of Christ. Such as, “love your enemies”, “turn the other cheek”, “The first shall be last and the last shall be first”. I can go on and on, and explain them to you if you like. Let me show you some more direct evidence.http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/1753469.stm

This source states “The Nazi Master Plan; The Persecution of Christian Churches”, shows how the Nazis planned to supplant Christianity with a religion based on racial superiority.”

Read it, check it out. It’s short. And let’s chat it up.

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  1. December 20, 2010 at 5:20 PM

    That’s all pretty obvious – I have had these convo’s with atheists as well – and it’s plainly clear Hitler was a ‘politician’ and used what he could to justify whatever he wanted. He would of used atheism if it were a popular stance to take to move an agenda. Politics anyways.

    However, Hitler is obvious problem – what many don’t know is Hitler based much of his hatred for Jews on European Christian sentiments – which can be found in Christian writings as far back as the early 800’s to the Crusades to the Reformation. Namely Luther’s ‘On the Jews’. Luther actually lays out a 7 plan platform for the basic oppression of the Jewish people in Christian nations…Hitler seemed to have followed this – which was already a sentiment in Europe.

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