A Horror of Great Darkness
As Hitler the Holocaust and the Bible was quite long and tried to deal with many things in one volume, someone suggested dividing it into parts – hence the second book. It is a complete rewrite of the first book.
This is intended to be part one of a two book work. It deals with deals with religious questions and spiritual questions, such as:
~ the New Testament and antisemitism. The New testament does not in teach hatred of Jews or of anyone else
~ the spiritual origins of the Jews, and the spiritual nature of anti-Judaism: God’s use of the Jewish people as an instrument of revelation has made them the focal point of intense spiritual warfare.
~ the problem of Christian antisemitism. Why have people who claim to be Christians ignored so many New Testament teachings to practice hatred, cruelty, and murder?
~ Hitler’s religious, quasi-religious and philosophical beliefs: It is not hard to demonstrate that Hitler had no interest in conventional Christian doctrines, but espoused radical new ideas unheard of before the modern era. Yet, his ideology does contain unmistakable religious qualities.