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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We must preach the cross and live the suffering to which it calls us, keeping our eyes upon Christ. Some may think what is wrong with the Government taking care of you.

This little gem is my first book from Lutzer and what an eye-opening and thought provoking read!

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We are living in a time when secular socialism is taking over rapidly. Feb 18, Laila Kanon rated it it was amazing Shelves: What I found was red meat for social and religious conservatives with parallels to the societal engineering by Hitler. No, in a very tactful and succinct way, Lutzer in pages points the reader to the facts, documents, and Christian writers who lived through the Nazi regime and uses their experiences and warning to parallel some of what many Americans see today as the abandonment of our countries inhibited history.

He forces us to grapple with our allegiance to government and our greater allegiance to God. When a Nation Forgets God uses history to warn us of a future that none of us wants to see. In our teaching, preaching, praying, and living, return to the cross. Notify me of new posts via email.

Survival is a powerful drive within us all, and most of us are willing to compromise our values in order to live. He addresses issues like Germany’s steady removal of God from all aspects of public life and the parallels with modern America; the idea that national economic success excuses all manner of indiscretions, moral failures, and outright abuse of a power by a leader; the question of whether something being “legal” makes it right; the use of propaganda in changing the morals of a nation; the role of parents versus the state in children’s education; the need for honest to goodness heroes, men and women of principled courage willing to stand in the gap regardless of the consequences; and the need to exalt the cross of Christ above nwtion ideologies, above culture wars, above all personal differences and petty divisions.


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

Finally Lutzer challenges the modern church to exalt the cross in the gathering darkness. These three ended up wasting the opportunity and slept. Although this book was written inbut the insights it provide are absolutely relevant, timely and chillingly accurate. But when your subject matter details the parallels between the political and social climates of Nazi Srwin and modern-day America—and when you bring up hot button topics like abortion, censorship, homosexuality and hate speech—author and reader alike would do well to not expect an easy ride.

I wish that Lutzer had worded that differently. The content is carefully and reflectively thought through, compels the reader to consider how we can use the historical example of Nazi Germany to contemplate how similar modern day Am I guess that the first impression most people will have seeing such a title, would be skeptical about whether the author wrote it just because he is trying to come across as some prophecy expert with some sensational theory that would probably interest the prophecy fanatics.

None of these vignettes even had a footnote reference.

Lutzer’s final plea is to return to the cross. I received this book from the Moody Publishers Newsroom program for the purposes of providing an unbiased review. Lutzer is senior pastor of The Moody Church in Chicago. America is becoming less “Christian friendly. Want to Read saving….

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

All thoughts and opinions are my own. In the book Hitler wrote Mein Kampff, the stradgey was with the youth, the emotion and the crowd and media. It is easy to see the US going down the same slippery slope that Germany did, and to see how a charismatic leader could come in and promise to take care of all our problems–let the government take care of us.


He is an award-winning author and the featured speaker on three radio programs that can be heard on more than radio stations in the United States and around the world.

Lutzer makes a strong case that we in America are repeating the mistakes of Nazi Germany and need to turn back to our roots before it is too late.

At Nuremberg, Robert H. Jan 16, Jason Mccool rated it really liked it.

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Engaging, well-researched, and easy to understand, the book explains the messes of our nation’s government, economy, legal pitfalls, and propaganda and points to the God who always has a plan.

I have reviewed both of these books. 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. Beware the freedoms that will be given up for that care!! We are living in a time when secular socialism is taki Must read book. Stay tuned, or better yet, subscribe to my blog so you will be notified as soon as these new quotes are posted.

This book is only pages but had more crucial information in it than books double its’ size. The gospel message must not be confused, diluted, or corrupted with a false message of prosperity, psychological comfort, or even good causes.

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