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  • Paperback: 414 pages
  • Publisher: Advantage Inspirational (February 8, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1597551929
  • ISBN-13: 978-1597551922
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,518,639 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 1, 2013
Nazi Oaks is a tour de force, patiently accurately unearthing the explicitly anti-Biblical worldview and philosophical roots of modern environmentalism in the renewal of pagan nature worship inherent in German Romanticism a la Goethe and Wagner, racism a la Haeckel, Existentialism a la Heidegger, and Nihilism a la Schopenhauer and Nietzsche. If, as the Bible says, good fruit cannot come from a bad tree, and bad company corrupts good morals, then it's time for Christian--indeed for all--environmentalists to take a sober look at the roots and branches of the tree on which they perch. Rev. Musser's book shows both historically and philosophically how and why ecologism bore fruit in Nazi totalitarianism, racism, and the Holocaust, why those dangers remain inherent in modern environmentalism, and why ecologism's worldview remains incompatible with Judeo-Christian morals. It also shows how and why ecologism led then, as it does now, to the corruption of science and its enslavement to political ideology. Those who read Nazi Oaks will be surprised, and shocked, to see how even many of their heroes were nourished by the sap of that tree, and how heavily European and North American environmentalism today remain tied to and ideologically predetermined by the anti-Christian roots from which it sprang. Thoroughly documented and insightfully argued, this book shows all the earmarks of having been written by someone who has become complete master of the ideas and the history he explains.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By David J. Pepe on June 28, 2010
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Great read and very insightful. This book takes a look from a biblical perspective into the radical green movement of the Nazi's and their hidden agenda towards the Jews. I totally enjoyed it and came away with a great understanding of the true evil designs of the Nazi agenda.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mary R. on April 6, 2014
I don't believe in chance anymore. I have recognized for some time that I am led by the Holy Spirit to go certain places and read particular books. When I saw this book mentioned in a piece published on Canada Free Press, I knew this was a book I was meant to read. I didn't know exactly why at the time, but I've learned to do what I've told my kids for years, "trust me."
I've honestly never read a book like this one. The author has done an extraordinary job of retelling history, connecting it to the present, and overlaying it with the lessons in the Old Testament and the unalterable truth of the New Testament. Most of the time, when I read history or economics or The Bible, I have to draw my own conclusions. This book was an absolute joy to read because that work is done for you. Musser also has an incredibly impressive bibliography and sites many texts which I am sure will become part of my library in the future.
I forwarded the article from Canada Free Press to a young friend who wrote back greatly perturbed saying, Mrs. R., as an environmentalist and a German I think you are taking things too far. Adding, "some things need to be left in the draft file and not sent."
I ordered the book in spite of my young friends admonition and the whole time I was reading it, I kept thinking, isn't it exactly what all environmentalists would LIKE us to do? Shh! Keep this quiet. Don't say things like that. Someone might be offended! Even more, YOU will be demonized for shining the light of truth on a very real and extremely evil instrument of the devil. This movement has rebranded itself, and put on the "cloak of morality" ---as Saul Alinsky would have them do, but they are, as ever, the very same pagan enemy of Christianity they have always been.
Understanding that, is the reason why I needed to read this book. Thank you so much Mark, for writing it. St. Michael be with you always.
Be not afraid.
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Sooo informative. I never knew about the extremist Green mentality of the Nazi Party and their nature worship 'roots'. Musser really goes through, blow by blow, in a methodical and interesting read, and lays out not just the facts, but the reasoning for the Nazi's law making process. This stands against critics who say the Third Reich wasn't Green at their very heart. They were extreme Socialists who drew their power from a belief in a god of nature, rather than from a God who created man in His image. This is how they stood against the Communists and the Capitalists--they were neither. Transcendance is totally rejected in the pagan view of life, leaving only man as an animal with no morals. Animals are equal with Man and extreme vegetanarianism is the only morally right way to eat. As such, Social Darwinism enters into Der Feurers politics and the Jews and Christians worldview is rejected. The Enlightenment is rejected. Knowledge is rejected. Romanticism and mysticism is King. Say hello to the Halocaust. I wonder if it could happen again? Naw!
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