Evangelicals Taking a Political Stance - Christians Supporting Hitler in 1932
The Christian Evangelicals supported Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party in the election of 1932 by a ratio of 8 to 1, as compared to Roman Catholics. Worst of all was the “Aryan paragraph” at the Evangelical Church’s annual synod meeting in 1933. How might the evangelical church today waffle on abortion, socialism, and Christian persecution today? While the Netherlands Protestant Church is finally apologizing for not taking a stand against the Nazi’s in 1939, we commend Corrie Ten Boom and Diet Eman for defending the Jews and paying the price for it.
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