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  Hitler and the Church - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Despite Germany's long history as the seat of the Holy Roman Empire and the birthplace of the Reformation, Christianity was in a decline during the rise of the Nazi Party.
The decline of the Centre Party Germany was an enabler for the rise of the Nazi Party.
After a failed assassination on Hitler's life in 1943 which involved elements of the Confessing Church (a protestant organization), Hitler ordered the arrest of Protestant, mainly Lutheran clergy.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hitler_and_the_church   (360 words)

 Catholic Culture : Document Library : Nazi Persecution of the Church
Though Hitler felt a particular urgency about dealing with the Jews and Communists, and the neutralizing of other political parties, he saw the Church as a pernicious opponent, a deeply-entrenched threat that must be immediately controlled and eventually uprooted in order to establish his Thousand-Year Reich.
An enraged Hitler and Goebbels gave orders to bring to trial dozens of clerics on charges of immorality and "slanders against the State." Gestapo and SS squads were dispatched to find which presses had produced the encyclical: 12 were confiscated and editors rounded up.
What Hitler did and intended for Christians is an essential part of the cataclysm that was the immense tragedy of World War II and the unprecedented slaughter of the Jewish people.
www.catholicculture.org /docs/doc_view.cfm?recnum=2857   (4097 words)

 Adolph/Adolf Hitler Schicklgruber - his psychology and development
Hitler was descended from a peasant society in the Waldviertel (‘forest quarter’) in the west of lower Austria (lower Austria is the north-eastern area of Austria).
Hitler’s descent was eventually halted by entering the German army as a volunteer in 1914[9].
Hitler's political method was described by Fest as threats of revolution on the one hand and promises of cooperation on the other [21].
www.abelard.org /hitler/hitler.htm   (8572 words)

 Hitler was a Christian
Hitler writes of his love for the church and clergy: “I had excellent opportunity to intoxicate myself with the solemn splendor of the brilliant church festivals.
Hitler wrote a speech in which he talks about this alliance, this is an excerpt: “The fact that the Vatican is concluding a treaty with the new Germany means the acknowledgement of the National Socialist state by the Catholic Church.
Hitler was the leader that raised Germany out of the depression and brought them back to a world recognized power.
www.evilbible.com /hitler_was_christian.htm   (2588 words)

 Hitler and the German Church
Hitler cynically blended the racism of composer Richard Wagner and the evolutionary theory of Charles Darwin with the blood myths of Eastern occultism." (Lutzer, pp.
Hitler's personal secretary, Rudolf Hess, was a bisexual known in homosexual circles as "Fraulein Anna." Homosexuality was rampant in Hitler's inner circle as well as in the SS, as boys rounded were rounded up from the Hitler Youth to participate in sexual orgies.
June 1937, Confessing Church leader Pastor Niemoller arrested (imprisoned until the end of the war when he was released from the Dachau concentration camp) for violation of the Law for the Prevention of Treacherous Attacks on State and Party (because of his sermons).
www.geocities.com /Heartland/7547/hitler.html   (3324 words)

 Hitler's war on Christ: Joel Miller explores Nazi plan to eradicate the Church
One popular myth about the rise of Hitler and the Holocaust is that the persecution of the Jews was fundamentally a Christian enterprise, the anti-Semitism of Luther trading its pen and cross for a rifle and swastika.
Hitler made certain the church was well under his thumb and in support of his crackpot racial dogmas.
Hitler's plan was the establishment of the First Church of National Socialism, and since true Christianity would stand in the way, Hitler declared war on the church as well as the world.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/606793/posts   (1649 words)

 Hitler and the Christian religion by Doug Krieger   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Hitler injected into nearly every German heart a DIVINE SPARK, which morphed into an inferno of destruction and death unforeseen in human history--but its initial dissension upon its benefactors was replete with a baptism of power and light so transcendent that it captured an entire nation in the heart of Christian Europe.
Hitler's depiction of Jesus as the FIGHTER, not as the sufferer, is a distortion of the Scriptural intent of this reading; however, without knowing the full contextual nature of the Word, one could (as Hitler did) surmise a MILITANT JESUS is in view, and not a suffering Jesus.
Hitler's pragmatic theology was lofty enough to capture the intellectually elite of the land, as well as scores of theologians who admired his grasp of theological truths and Hitler's ability to apply them to the real world.
www.thetribnet.org /dougkrieger/times_and_seasons/hitler_and_the_christian_religion.htm   (10430 words)

 Fr. Tiso, Slovakia and Hitler By DENNIS BARTON
From documents in Hitler's 'Sicherheitsdienst' we read such statements regarding Tiso as: 'Totally under Jewish and Catholic influence'; 'inimical to Germans and a hater of the Germans'; 'For ideological reasons determined with all possible means to paralyse German influence in Slovakia'.
The Catholic Church detested the establishment of a democratic, liberal and socialist Czechoslovakia and used all her influence to destroy it.
Slovakia was not a willingly ally of Hitler.
www.churchinhistory.org /pages/booklets/tiso(n)-2.htm   (8254 words)

 Myth: Hitler was a leftist
Hitler himself downplayed all groups except for the state, which he raised to supreme significance in his writings.
Hitler was hardly an "idealist" in the sense that political scientists use the term.
There were rumors that Hitler had arranged her murder, but Hitler would remain deeply distraught over her loss for the rest of his life.
www.huppi.com /kangaroo/L-hitler.htm   (5552 words)

 EIPS - Introduction
The author's exposure of the Vatican's historical obsession with its hatred of the Serbs also fully corroborates our analysis that Romanism was the motivating force behind the recent war against Yugoslavia and the vicious campaign of denigration of Serbia in the 1990s.
In a local television interview in Argentina, Sakic claimed that they "never put a hand on any of the prisoners in the camp", that the victims "died of natural death", "a typhus epidemic, for example", but that there were "no cremation ovens that killed anybody".
The Concordat that Hitler signed with the Vatican in 1933 bore the signatures of chief negotiator Cardinal Pacelli (who became Pius XII, 1939-1958) and Hitler's Deputy (Vice-Chancellor of the Reich) Franz von Papen, who was a leading Roman Catholic.
www.ianpaisley.org /article.asp?ArtKey=hitler_intro   (666 words)

 Search Tuna Report for Adolf Hitler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Hitler was allotted unlimited amounts of time to present his arguments to the courts as well as a large body of the German people, and gave his popularity a boost by voicing sentiments shared by the public....
Adolf Hitler, Landsberg, 5 November 1925 Introduction The Hitler Historical Museum is a non-biased, non-profit museum devoted to the study and preservation of the world history related to Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist Party....
Hitler with his Chaplin mustache Adolf Hitler endorsed the fall of the Weimar Republic, and declared at a public rally on October 30, 1923 that he was prepared to march on Berlin to rid the government of the Communists and the Jews....
www.searchtuna.com /ftlive2/3806.html   (1868 words)

 Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
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.
In Hitler's Cross, Erwin W. Lutzer examines the lessons that may be learned from studying the deception of the church.
Hitler's Cross is the story of a nation whose church forgot its primary call and discovered its failure too late.
www.leroychapel.com /ministry/library.htm   (1364 words)

 Article Avenue - free articles and downloads - HITLER'S POSITIVE CHRISTIANITY...Unleashing the Patriotic Church
Hitler injected into nearly every German heart a DIVINE SPARK, which regrettably morphed into an inferno of destruction and death unforeseen in human history—but its initial dissension upon its benefactors was replete with a baptism of power and light utterly transcendent that it captured an entire nation in the heart of Christian Europe.
Note that Hitler claims to be a Christian and, as such, he has a duty to his own people—he too, like Jesus, must be a fighter for truth and justice—he must rid the Temple of the moneychangers, of the abominable Jews who harass his people, like Jesus did.
The repeated injunction to Germany's Christianity as the core of Germany's soul and heritage is undeniable in all of Hitler's proposals and polemics.
www.articleavenue.com /article1735.html   (9240 words)

Hitler was totally taken over by the demonic host by the early 1920's; in fact, Eckart regularly held specialized rituals in which he and every other member of the Thule Society called for the Spirit of Antichrist to enter him.
Hitler captured the minds and imaginations of a huge majority of Germans because he was demonically possessed.
Hitler "restored the Mysteries' religion" once he became Absolute Dictator, and that is exactly what Antichrist will do soon after he arises, complete with human sacrifice this time.
www.cuttingedge.org /news/n1244.cfm   (3437 words)

 Publication: The Church and Obedience to the Law (1982)
The purpose of the law is to delimit to the least necessary extent, the bounds without which one's freedoms cannot extend.
Early in the life of the New Testament church, Peter and John refused to follow the injunction of the authorities not to preach in public, choosing to obey God (Acts 4: 19-20).
They are the first in a long tradition of protesting Christians who have refused to be obedient to the ruling powers when commanded to do things which their conscience told them were in the area of God's control.
www.casi.org.nz /publications/churchandlaw.html   (2304 words)

 Bible Topics
Church as "ekklesia" was like county court and had no worship performers.
The church is commanded to teach with the revealed Word of Christ and the singing (secular) and melody (destructive, abrading) was to be in the heart.
Locke warned that a church is not a "Christian" group which does not depend upon the document of the church, the Bible, as its authority for faith and practice.
www.piney.com /Topical.html   (6456 words)

 Technorati Tag: hitler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Il dossier Hitler di Henrik Eberle e Matthias...
Il dossier Hitler di Henrik Eberle e Matthias Uhl Il dossier Hitler di Henrik Eberle e Matthias Uhl, Utet, 2005, pp.
In 1932 Nazis began joining local parishes in a clandestine effort to undermine the Church's power to resist Hitler's rise to power.
www.technorati.com /tag/hitler   (450 words)

 The Paper of Record's Memory Hole (Sobran Takes on NYT's Anti-Catholicism) [Free Republic]
The Church is notorious among liberals for opposing nearly every modern idea liberals regard as "progressive." But on occasion she has also condemned, for her own reasons, modern ideas liberals disapprove of.
From the beginning, the Church recognized Hitler’s racialism and nationalism as inimical to Catholicism — as Hitler himself said they were.
And liberals, like the Communists before them, found that the surest way to discredit the Church was to associate her with their devil, Hitler.
www.freerepublic.com /forum/a3a820cb769a4.htm   (2344 words)

 Did Hitler hate the Catholic Church ? - Page 4 - Stormfront White Nationalist Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Hitler ran Nazi Germany with an Iron Fist like Stalin.
I just watched a documentary about the new Pope Ratzinger it cliamed when he was growing up in Germany Catholic priests were sent to concentration camps simply for Criticising Hitler and that Hitler sent people to monitor Catholic masses to make sure the priests didnt speak out against him.
You can put all the make up in the world on a pig, but a pig is still just a pig.
www.stormfront.org /forum/showthread.php?p=2602350#post2602350   (869 words)

 Jews Without Memory
To gain authority for his poetics of affliction, he cites Simone Weil but ignores her anti-Judaism — like Hitler she believed that the Jews were a race, not a religion — and her death from voluntary starvation, which was nothing like a choiceless choice.
Under Hitler, the Jews were rounded up, deported, enslaved, tortured, and murdered not because they were "afflicted" in Simone Weil’s sense, but because they were Jews — because they were the descendants of Jews who had chosen not to give up their religion.
The two men believed that by excluding converted Jews from the leadership of the Confessing Church, Hitler’s regime was interfering in church governance, although Niemöller conceded that it was "unfortunate" that converted Jews should hold positions of importance within the church (see Friedman; Friedländer 45).
www-english.tamu.edu /pers/fac/myers/styron.html   (10857 words)

 Swap Blog » Blog Archive » Theologians Under Hitler
Apparently once Milton Stanley (his blog here) moved to Virginia the entire faith community in the Atomic City had to look elsewhere for second jobs and such due to the lack of material for their weekly lessons.
Seriously, in Steven D Martin’s most recent work he looks at how the church reacted too, and even encouraged, the rise of Adolph Hitler in Germany.
Challenging the ideas that many have held for years with new research and interviews Steven D Martin and his Vital Visual’s team present a film that seeks to look deeper into the relationship between Hitler and the church.
www.team-swap.com /wordpress/2005/10/27/theologians-under-hitler   (459 words)

 Meherally and the Bible - Revisited
A less blatant argumentum ad hominem is to reject a proposition based on the fact that it was also asserted by some other easily criticized person.
The limits of this collection have varied considerably at different periods and there are profound differences within the Church over degree of authority which is to be attributed to the collection and to particular books within it...
Even through the Reformation Roman Catholics such as Cardinal Ximenes (in his Complutensian Polyglot, 1514) and Cardinal Cajetan (the man who opposed Luther) in 1532 made a distinction between the Apocrypha and the OT canon.
www.answering-islam.org /Responses/Meherally/bible_r1.htm   (6711 words)

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