German Christians: Differences Among People & Races is Willed by God

German Christians: Differences Among People & Races is Willed by God

Reich Conference of German Christians at the Sportpalast in Berlin (November 13, 1933) - The German Christian reads ‘The Gospel in the Third Reich'

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In a set of revised guidelines, the German Christian movement declares that the "differences among people and races" is something "willed by God for the world."

The movement commits itself to provide "weapons for the struggle against everything unChristian and damaging to the nature of the Volk." In effect, the German Christian movement defines being a German as being Christian, such that any non-Christians can't possibly be a proper German citizen.

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