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When a Nation Forgets God: 7 Lessons We Must Learn from Nazi Germany by Erwin W. Lutzer

This is not a book that is likely to appeal to those who want their best life now, but rather a book for those who realize that remaining loyal to God’s ways–all of them, even the unpopular ones–is likely to have a heavy price in the future and are determined to remain loyal to God come what may. Refresh and try again. Notify me of new comments via email. Excellent reminder for Americans of the dangerous road other great nations specifically, Germany have gone down, to their shame.

The question is whether we will heed the warning signs that Lutzer and others have highlighted, or proceed down the well-traveled dark road to self-destruction like so many nations before us. I just have a bit of yod problem with Lutzer saying that, “We need to develop a ‘theology of civil disobedience’ ; that is, we need to think through this question: This review can also be found on www. This book is excellent and clearly and powerfully and simply explains the parallels between Germany’s fall and the beginning of our own fall.


Finally Lutzer qhen the modern church to exalt the cross in the gathering darkness. Erwin Lutzer discovers some scary parallels in the culture that gave rise to the Nazis and what is happening in America today. To ask other readers questions about When a Nation Forgets Godplease sign up. I look at what’s happenings in the once upon a time known as a Christian nations around the firgets but had abandoned God since.

10 Quotes From “When A Nation Forgets God” | Craig T. Owens

Those who live in socialistic state become slaves of government regulations and government laws. But the strongest argument against Christians is also Christians — when they are somber and joyless, when they are self-righteous and smug … Sheldon Vanauken quote. Lots to think about! A renowned theologian, Dr. At the beginning of the twentieth Century, Nazi Germany didn’t look like a country on the brink of world-shaking terrors.

In my opinion, this is a 6 star out of 5 book. They wanted som When a Nation Forgets God: We are living in a time when secular socialism is taki Must read book.


That criticism notwithstanding, this book combines three great qualities: As Lutzer explains, “Nazism did not arise in a vacuum. It was well written and all of his natjon were supported with historical facts. Published January 1st by Moody Publishers first published December 1st Be the first to ask a question about When a Nation Forgets God. This book was not always an easy one to read.

When a Nation Forgets God : 7 Lessons We Must Learn from Nazi Germany

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.

The gospel message must not lutzeg confused, diluted, or corrupted with a false message of prosperity, psychological comfort, or even good causes. Amidst describing the messes of our nation’s government, economy, legal pitfalls, propaganda, and more, Lutzer points to the God who always has a plan.

Thankfully, this book is far from that. Concise, and to the point.

A History of Nazi Germany. What it comes down to without a belief in God, nothing is unconditionally wrong.