America—Ripe for a Nazi Germany? - Interview: Erwin Lutzer
September 11, 2012
It was the 1920s in Germany. Homosexuality was on the rise. Immorality and decadence defined Berlin. The church was reduced to liberalism and pietism. The country was torn by economic stress. The time was right for Adolf Hitler, the great "savior" or the people. Does any of this sound familiar? Kevin Swanson interviews Erwin Lutzer, author of a new book entitled When a Nation Forgets God. There are some differences between Nazi Germany in 1932 and America in 2012. There are still a few churches here that preach the full-orbed implications of God's Word to culture and politics. And there are parents who still are willing to fight for their God-given responsibilities to oversee their children's education!
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