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Hitler, God, and the Bible Hardcover – February 7, 2012
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Dr. Tim LaHaye, who conceived the idea of fictionalizing an account of the Rapture and the Tribulation, is a noted author, minister, and nationally recognized speaker on Bible prophecy. He is the founder of both Tim LaHaye Ministries and The PreTrib Research Center. He also recently cofounded the Tim LaHaye School of Prophecy at Liberty University. Presently Dr. LaHaye speaks at many Bible prophecy conferences in the U.S. and Canada.
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However the second half did have quite a bit new to me. The 30 rules for the National Reich Church, which all pastors, priests and denominations had to belong to - or else! Such as no Bibles or crosses, Mein Kamph not only on the altar but the source of all sermons, dropping all mention of sin or morals, etc. Imprisoning or executing all pastors and priests teaching Christ. Hitler is the Messiah or just guided by God, depending on the year. Proof positive if any was needed that Hitler was no Christian.
Then Ray switches topic, showing that the "final solution to the Jewish Problem" is extremely like the modern holocaust of abortion. How Planned Parenthood founder Sanger had similar motives of killing off or sterilizing the unfit (especially negroes). How it has slaughtered more than Hitler did.
And being more famous as an evangelist than a historian, Ray Comfort makes sure to also present the "final solution to the sin problem", Jesus Christ.
All in all, well worth reading.
Be warned though, this book contains some very graphic and accurate descriptions of Hitler's horrible crimes. I burst into tears during one particularly sad account that involved children. I won't go into detail but it's something you wouldn't even expect to see in a R rated horror movie. I think that although pages like this may be troubling to read, it's important that you do read them.
Later on in the book the author tackles accusations that Hitler was a christian. In the book the author gives us Hitler's Thirty-Point Program For his National Reich Church. I'll give you some samples:
#7.The National Reich Church has no scribes,pastors, chaplains or priests but National Reich orators are to speak in them.
#13. The National Reich Church demands immediate cessation ( a ceasing of ) of the publishing and dissemination (spreading) of the Bible in Germany as well as the publication of Sunday papers,pamphlets,publications and books of a religious nature.
#30. On the day of it's foundation, the Christian cross must be removed from all churches, cathedrals and chapels within the Reich and it's colonies and it must be superseded by the only unconquerable symbol of Germany, the swastica.
Hitler created a god in his own mind to suite himself and from this it is obvious that Hitler was not a Christian. He used religion to gain political power, which is how politics has always worked, sadly.Read more ›
and keep silent. Vote the Bible and God will honor it, even if you are the only person in your city to do so.
The book is split into two parts, the first is about Hitler's life and rise to power, and the second is about his actions with the church and his treatment of religion. If you already have read about the life of Hitler you might want to skip the first part of the book but you should certainly by this book for the second part. It is obvious that Ray did lots of research while making this book, so even though he is not a historian all the information he presents is accurate.
The second part of the book is thought provoking and interesting, and you aren't going to hear this stuff from your typical atheist who is preaching against Hitler's anti-Jesus/pro-Hitler thesis, so it is worth your money to hear what he has to say regarding Hitler's propaganda machines in the church.
Overall, this is a well researched book which is a great introduction to the topic of Hitler's Christian/anti-Christian claims.
Also, just to note, this is a companion book to the DVD ""180Movie" DVD," which is an anti-abortion video made by Comfort, so at the end of the book he unexpectedly shifts the view from Hitler's Holocaust to America's Holocaust. You might want to buy "180Movie" DVD along side this to get the full picture here.
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Wow. It was very good book. I'm glad we have author like him. Thank you for writing this book. I know it was tough.Published 12 months ago by Neil Basta
A friend of mine purchased this book for me because they knew I had an interest in studying the Third Reich, and also because I often confess to be Christian. Read morePublished on June 23, 2014 by Thomas S Flowers
This book is very well written, interesting and insightful. It very clearly describes Hitler's methodical rise to power. Read morePublished on May 28, 2014 by Gretchen Workman