Hitler's Cross SAMPLER by Erwin W. Lutzer
How the Cross was Used to Promote the Nazi Agenda

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Six million Jews dead. The monstrosity of Adolf Hitler's 'Third Reich' remains a stunning chapter in the pages of history. Although the power by which he hypnotized an entire nation is legendary, one question in particular begs an answer: Where was the church of Christ? Seduced by the satanic majesty of the Fuhrer, church leaders throughout Germany allowed the swastika a prominent place alongside the Christian cross in their sanctuaries. Nationalistic pride replaced the call of God to purity, and with few exceptions, the German church looked away while Adolf Hitler implemented the 'Final Solution' to his Jewish problem. How did this happen?

In Hitler's Cross, Erwin W. Lutzer examines the dangers of confusing "church and state," how the German church lost its focus, the role of God in human tragedy, the parameters of Satan's freedom, the faithfulness of God to His people who suffer for Him, and America's hidden cross-her dangerous trends. Hitler's Cross is the story of a nation whose church forgot its primary call and discovered its own failure after it was too late.


About Erwin W. Lutzer

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DR. ERWIN LUTZER has served as senior pastor of the Moody Church in Chicago for over 30 years. A renowned theologian, Dr. Lutzer earned his BTh from Winnipeg Bible College, a ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary, and an MA in philosophy from Loyola University. He is an award-winning author and the featured speaker on three radio programs that can be heard on more than 700 radio stations in the United States and around the world. Dr. Lutzer and his wife, Rebecca, live in the Chicago area and have three grown children and eight grandchildren.
Published June 20, 2012 by Moody Publishers. 225 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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