When a Nation Forgets God has ratings and 92 reviews. dvd said: This review can In When A Nation Forgets God, Erwin Lutzer studies seven similarities. 1 quote from When a Nation Forgets God: 7 Lessons We Must Learn from Nazi Germany: ‘The educational system became more focused on setting affective, not . Dr. Erwin Lutzer discovers some scary parallels in the culture that gave rise to the Nazis and what is happening in America today. Please check.

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Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Peer groups tell you that if you are conservative, Christian, think for yourself and speak out loud, you won’t have many friends, and will always be on the outskirts of the social arena. Fourth, the power of propaganda is exposed.

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

May 02, Kendra Beth rated it it was amazing Recommends w for: Aug 25, Janice rated it it was amazing. Notify me of new comments via email. I am very pleased that he doesn’t mention any of the recent presidents or current political parties and current happenings. God is separating the wheat and the chaff. Second, the insights it contains are profound and thoroughly biblical. This book was a free review copy provided by Moody Publishers.

I wish lutzef Lutzer had worded that differently.


I think that natoon parallels between the Germany of the ss and America today are fascinating and instructive, and that we truly can learn lessons from the past. As I stated above, what drew me into this book was Lutzer’s refusal to point fingers at our contemporaries.

I found this book both frightening and encouraging. Finally, Lutzer encourages the reader to take a stand for what is right and godly, including pertinent scripture references and examples of those who have engaged in the battle for goc. Lutzer showed how Hitler made laws to provide jobs, create prosperity, restore Military might and bring everything under government control. All of these things avert from our true message we are called to teach: This insightful and encouraging book is a must read for every godd and seasoned believers!

Lutzer writes, “I believe it is disingenuous when political opponents here in the United States call those who disagree with them “Nazis” or “Hitler.

Jesus will help you be a better businessman, parents, etc I look at what’s happenings in the once upon a time known as a Christian nations around the world but had abandoned God since. We must not permit the lawmakers or the courts of America to discourage us from doing what we must: Lutzer digs deep, looking to history and current culture, showing why we must stand firm foryets the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Either God is the lawgiver or Man is.

Mar 08, Victoria rated it it was amazing.

The practice of comparing ideas and people to the Nazis is so common online, that something called Godwin’s Law was invented to describe its prevalence. Thanks for telling wheb about the problem. With that, the book is done, having delivered an ultimately hopeful but also somewhat ominous message to its readers.


In my opinion, this is a 6 star out of 5 book. Paperbackpages.

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He and his wife Rebecca have co-written the books: People are willing to march down the wrong path as long as lutzeg are assured of personal peace and affluence. Description This excellent book is so important. God wants you to experience physical healing If we think this will not happen in the US, think again. I will look for more books by this author as his writing is good, his sources listed and accurate and his thoughts theologically sound.

It looked like America today. Lutzer and his wife, Rebecca, live in the Chicago area and have three grown children and eight grandchildren.

May 18, Mary rated it really liked it.

Another big issue I had was the lack of a bibliography. Some might think it more about propaganda.