When a Nation Forgets God has ratings and 92 reviews. dvd said: This review can In When A Nation Forgets God, Erwin Lutzer studies seven similarities. 1 quote from When a Nation Forgets God: 7 Lessons We Must Learn from Nazi Germany: ‘The educational system became more focused on setting affective, not . Dr. Erwin Lutzer discovers some scary parallels in the culture that gave rise to the Nazis and what is happening in America today. Please check.
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If you are, who and what are you committed to? I also thought that Lutzer forfets too much on the liability side of the balance sheet. To do so would render the struggles of the righteous men and women who came before us, to an extent, as in vain.
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Lutzer says that “if every pastor would have been a Lutzzer or a Niemollor, Hitler would not have accomplished his agenda. Anyway, I do think that this is an interesting book overall, and I especially like how Lutzer points out that we do not need to “win” the ideological battles with our culture thought we certainly do tryour homeland isn’t here anyway.
He demonstrates that when the principle of law is unhooked from belief in a divine lawgiver who sits in ultimate judgment over mankind, all hell breaks loose in a society. He contends that Americans would also tolerate the suspension of civil liberties: It was well written and all of his primises were supported with historical facts.
The question is whether we will heed the warning signs natiln Lutzer and others have highlighted, or proceed down the well-traveled dark road to self-destruction like so many nations before us.
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Today we will discuss a powerful new book that details what this downfall might mean for America. He highlights the courage of men like Bonhoeffer and Niemoller, who stood on Biblical principles against the Nazis, even against Hitler himself, and eventually paid the ultimate price for it.
A few substitutes for the message of the Gospel.
Far from being an overblown, fear-mongering attempt In the seventy-odd years since the end of World War II, Hitler and the Nazi party have become a sort of figure of speech for the very worst sort lutzed evil imaginable. I have reviewed both of these books. Jan 29, Jessie Gussman rated it it was amazing.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. The author then rorgets the reader, if that were necessary, that what is evil is not necessarily illegal. This message did not help the German church when the Nazi’s came into power and even llutzer they came into power. But there is hope! The question becomes will we stand strong when our time comes or will we fold to social pressure, as those in Germany did?
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We must preach the cross and live the suffering to which it calls us, keeping our eyes upon Christ. It’s quick to read and easy to understand, and manages to confront current realities without seeming alarmist or overly political. The third major lesson reveals the consequence of eliminating God as the ultimate source of law. Quotes from When a Nation For If we think this will not happen in the US, think again. Many Christian went right along with it, and patriotism began to be substituted for Christianity, especially as Hitler couched patriotism in a Christian light.
He asks that we stop veiling the cross in nationalism enough with the founding fathers argumentparty lines, and protest. Oct 31, Nathan Albright rated it it was amazing Shelves: Tell me what you think about this Sep 04, Shaun Lee rated it it was amazing.
I found one typo: Although this book was written inbut the rorgets it provide are absolutely relevant, timely and chillingly accurate. Return to Book Page. I would recommend reading that book if you would like a fuller look into the Nazi Germany and modern America comparison, especially in its dealing in more detail with how corrupt churches became in Nazi Germany and how politicized, eventually losing any of the true Christianity they ever exhibited.
Christianity is no longer taken seriously in the United States – we cannot speak our mind naiton, and are tol Fofgets When our freedom is curtailed, how do we stand firm and honor God? Lutzer SinceDr. Suffering in the name of Jesus is not a new phenomenon and shouldn’t shock us the least because the early Christians before us suffered just as much if not more.
If you’re a liberal, this book will make your blood boil before you even have a chance to truly think about what the author is saying, but that’s what liberals do. No, in a very tactful and succinct way, Lutzer in pages points the reader to the facts, documents, and Christian writers who lived through the Nazi regime and uses their experiences and warning to parallel some of what many Americans see today as the abandonment of our countries inhibited history.
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