Joachim Hossenfelder Sets New Guidelines for German Christian Movement Hot

Joachim Hossenfelder Sets New Guidelines for German Christian Movement

Bishop Joachim Hossenfelder Speaking to German Christians Celebrating Luther Day, 1933
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Joachim Hossenfelder, soon to be the Protestant Bishop of Brandenburg, issues a new set of guidelines for the German Christian movement which stress the importance of race and blood.

According to Hossenfelder:

"We see in race, Volkstum, and nation laws of life that God has bequeathed and entrusted to us. It is God's law that we concern ourselves with their preservation. Mixing of races, therefore, is to be opposed."
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