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Hitler, God, and the Bible

ナレーター: Tom Parks
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In Hitler, God, and the Bible, international evangelist and bestselling author Ray Comfort exposes Adolf Hitler's theology and abuse of religion as a means to seize political power and ultimately instigate World War II and genocide.

This fascinating study mines the depths of Hitler's beliefs and convincingly argues that without Hitler's misuse of Christianity the Third Reich would not have had its legendary rise, resulting in the deaths of more than six million Jews.

Highlighting Hitler's youth, his influences, and his path to seducing a nation, Hitler, God, and the Bible is a fresh, stinging reminder of the power of the cross and how its misuse led to the Final Solution.

©2012 Ray Comfort (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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  • 総合評価
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  • Joshua
  • 2019/11/26

Surprise ending!

I was expecting a book about Hitler and his theology, which it was. But I was not expecting the sneak attack on the topic of abortion. Maybe I should have read the book description a little better.

  • 総合評価
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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2015/01/30

Wow so enlightening.

Ray really sorted things out politically and Biblically without any aggression towards Hitler and his regime.

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  • Erik A. Ritland
  • 2020/08/30

Basically an Evangelical sermon on salvation with a long preface about Hitler

I expected this book to be an investigation of Hitler’s religious beliefs. It is not that. 3/4 of the book is a short Hitler biography. And it succeeds at being that, but that’s not what the book is supposed to be. The parts about his influences, especially Darwin, are telling. Only in the final 1/4 of the book does the author even speak of Hitlers religious beliefs, and when he does it is just in a few quotes that he plugs into what is clearly his main theme, which is evangelical: to promote his version of the Christian idea of salvation. I stress his vision; it isn’t very nuanced, it’s a very typical tradition of men that Protestants have handed down for hundreds of years: that if you at all value what you do for God or humanity, or take your personal sin seriously, that you are not simply fully accepting the grace necessary for salvation. As is almost always the case with this typical, boring, sterilized version of the Christian message - which reduces the Christian thing to simply the work of assenting to Christ as personal Lord and savior with your lips and then, hey, whatever goes! - it presents an ignorant, unintelligent, incorrect view of Catholicism as “works based.” In one especially long, egregious, simplistic quote in a chapter near the end, a man talks about how his Catholic friends think that salvation is works based. Which may have been true to some degree - good catechesis is often in short supply - but this view of Catholicism is wrong, and the author never clarifies that. The incongruity can be proved by a simple point: the person he quotes characterizes the Catholics as both obsessed with confession AND unaware of the fact that they are a sinner in need of redemption before God. It is precisely - and dare I say only - the former that puts the latter in sharp relief. The point about idolatry toward the end is, again, lacking nuance. His point about people re-creating God in their own image as an idol being a foundational jumping off point for most sin is true, but putting that in the context of images at all is disproven by a cursory glance at the Old Testament, with its God-ordained temples filled with images, and with the iconoclast debates of the 6th century. This just in: that’s a long time ago. That the author appears to have no knowledge of them is ridiculous. As a short biography of Hitler for the novice, this book is factual and knowledgeable. As a work on Hitlers belief in God, it is almost completely lacking. As a theological treatise, it is borderline laughable, and that appears to be its main purpose.

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  • Aneta Rusek
  • 2020/06/11

Does not stay on topic.

It's pretty good majority of the time, until the author tries to make comparisons between Holocaust and abortion toward the end of the book. Point clearly missed. That leaves me struggling with whether the author himself actually understands his own message.

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  • Nicholas Muhlenkamp
  • 2020/01/07

Ray Comfort is a master at what he does.

i thoroughly enjoyed this book and could not agree more with the parallels to abortion.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018/01/29

Not exactly what I thought it would be

The book was an informative look into Hitlers rise to power, but it was not the parallel of hitlers religious views or lack there of that I was expecting. There was maybe a chapter in it that related to the title but that was about it.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018/01/18

It is a very interesting historical book.

It makes you think and it says you many interesting things about Hitler's personal and political life.

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  • Anna S
  • 2018/01/16

History must be taught and never forgotten

I love Ray Comfort for his work and love for God. I enjoyed this book as it gave me a better understanding of the evil behind the man, Hitler. It disgusts me to know that so many people were fooled my this man and his evils. I pray that others will read/listen to this book and always be reminded of the Holocaust and keep the innocent victim’s memories alive.

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  • Phillip Walker
  • 2017/05/11

Worth reading two or three times.

Learn some things about Hitler and the 'Third Reich' that you may not have known before. And perhaps learn a few things about yourself, in the process. It will be well worth your time.

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  • Kyle
  • 2016/06/02

Great information

Very interesting and well put historical perspective. Comfort does a good job of relating and clarifying Hitler's view on Christianity. The only downfall was the performance of the reader. His "Hitler voice" was laughable and got a little annoying. Just my opinion. Overall, it was a great book and definitely worth a read!