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

The path that Germany took turns out to be eerily similar to the one America is taking. Cobb rated it it was amazing. Christianity is no longer taken seriously in the United States – we cannot speak our mind openly, and are tol Summary: Published a few years back some of the things the author speaks of as in the future have already happened.

Jun 14, Peggy rated it really liked it. Through media, through setting the terms and tone of a national conversation, through the promise of acceptance and approbation combined with the threat of mockery and scorn and worsethe German people were transformed from a normal nation into one that perpetrated horrors unspeakable.

God wants you to cheerily face life by knowing “God is for you” whether you have repented etwin sin or not This book was lent to me by a friend. I imagine it was an even harder one to write.

Not at Obama or Pelosi. To ask other readers questions about When a Nation Forgets Godplease sign up. No trivia or quizzes yet. Survival is a powerful drive within edwin all, and most of us are willing to compromise our values in order to live. I think the cover of this book does not do it justice. People are willing to march down the wrong path as long as they are assured of personal peace and affluence.


He speculates that history might have been different had German pastors and Christians stood firm against the secular darkness of that era. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Be the first to ask a question about When a Nation Forgets God. This is like a peaceful “manual of arms” for Christians who would be the Bonhoeffers and Niemollers of our present anti-Christ generation.

Engaging, well-researched, and easy to understand, Lutzer’s writing is that of a realist, one alarmed but unafraid. He highlights the courage of men like Bonhoeffer and Niemoller, who stood on Biblical principles against the Nazis, even against Hitler himself, and eventually paid the ultimate price for it. I found this book both frightening and encouraging. The message of Christianity is community – not the cross This little gem is my first book from Lutzer and what an eye-opening and thought provoking read!

However, a friend recommended it to me and anything this friend recommends is worth reading. Running To Win Dr. Description This excellent book is so important.

This review can also be found on www. Our nation, founded on Christian values, has been eroded so completely that this book shows what our ultimate fate could be if we don’t do something, and quick.

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

This book was a free review copy provided by Moody Publishers. This is my first book from this writer and I’m impressed by his prose, writing style and his passion for his chosen subject or is it efwin The hard road is the one we must often choose.

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Lutzer and Rebecca live in the Chicago area and luter three grown children and eight grandchildren. Those who live in socialistic state become slaves of government regulations and government laws. A clear expositor of the Bible, he is the featured speaker wrwin three radio programs that are heard on more than outlets in the United States and around the world: Toll-free Phone Number 1.


The chapter is an exposition of its title: What it comes down to without a belief in God, nothing is unconditionally wrong. I found one typo: I would like to say that I thoroughly enjoyed the read, but that would be inappropriate vocabulary to describe my somber mood after having completed the book.

As I stated above, what drew me into this book was Lutzer’s refusal to point fingers at our contemporaries. When our freedom is curtailed, how do we stand firm and honor God? 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.

All of these things avert from our true message we are called to teach: This title interestingly meshed my two favourite lutzeg together. I received this book from the Moody Publishers Newsroom program for the purposes of providing an unbiased review.

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I am talking about the God of the Old and New Testament! 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.

They wanted som When a Nation Forgets God: We have lost our intellectual and spiritual center and replaced with with consumerism, self-help, and the quest for personal advantage. Running the race of life is hard. Lutzer digs deep, looking to history and current culture, showing why we must stand firm on the Gospel of Jesus Christ.