Christ, Faith, and the Holocaust Richard Terrell

ISBN: 9781449709129

Published: January 17th 2011

Paperback

184 pages


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Christ, Faith, and the Holocaust  by  Richard Terrell

Christ, Faith, and the Holocaust by Richard Terrell
January 17th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 184 pages | ISBN: 9781449709129 | 4.23 Mb

How did the Holocaust take place in a nation of rich Christian history and cultural achievement?What ideas-spiritual and intellectual-contributed to the nightmare of Adolf Hitlers Third Reich?What theological forces contributed to the confusedMoreHow did the Holocaust take place in a nation of rich Christian history and cultural achievement?What ideas-spiritual and intellectual-contributed to the nightmare of Adolf Hitlers Third Reich?What theological forces contributed to the confused witness of the Christian churches?How do Christians respond to the accusation that the Christian faith itself, even its own Scriptures, contributed to this modern tragedy?What can Christians today learn from those who did, in fact, stand in the evil day?In Christ, Faith, and the Holocaust, Richard Terrell responds to these haunting questions in a work of cultural apologetics that takes up the challenges and accusations that Christianity itself was a major cause of Nazisms destructive path.

Here, the Nazi movement is exposed as a virulently anti-Christian spirituality, rooted in idolatrous doctrines that took every advantage of distorted theology and emotional pietism that had evolved in German thought and church life. Here you will find the drama and importance of ideas and stories of personal witness that will sharpen the contemporary Christians sense of discernment in the arena of spiritual warfare.



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