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Hitler God & The Bible Contains Excellent Information For A Pamphlet Tract
December 30, 2014
The introduction of the book describes it as "the first book in a series of concise and hopefully insightful exposes on the intersection of icons and faith", and states that "whole libraries have been written documenting the history of Hitler's Third Reich. " Pay close attention to both statements and peruse the CBD information on the book before you purchase it. The book has 174 pages with wide margins and wide spacing between lines. The first half of the book "highlights" the history of the Third Reich. About one third of the second half of the book is on "The Jewish Question." The remaining short pages deal with the subject matter of the title when they are not evangelizing, dealing with the question of suffering, or comparing the holocaust to abortion. If you are looking for a book that deals with the subject matter in the title of this book then this book is not for you. What is actually said about the Bible, God and the church could have been put in a pamphlet tract. If you are looking for an extremely concise overview of Hitler's Third Reich that highlights how he used God, the Bible, and the church then you will find the book helpful. The most helpful part of the book is the inclusion of the "Thirty-Point Program for the National Reich Church." This is the main substance of all the book has to say on "Hitler, God & the Bible."
I have studied Hitler extensively, and this book is a terrific summary of his whole life and the events and forces that impacted him to become a social engineer and mass murderer. The only criticism - Comfort seems to suffer under the common misconception that Nazism (National Socialism) was a right wing ideology which is, of course, incorrect. He could have said more to stress that the National Socialism of Nazi Germany is a persistent left-wing threat to freedom in our world today as seen in every attempt to grow government and discard the checks and balances of power in free nations. And he could have explained that National Socialism's eradication of the communists and social democrats in Germany was to eliminate a liberal competitor vying for the same electorate which we see today when socialists criticize communists. But other than this, the book was flawless!
An incredible read. Highly recommend this book! This is the first book in what is to be a series and I cannot wait for the future books to be published. Stunning facts and figures in this book make it hard to put down.