A church undone : documents from the German Christian Faith Movement, 1932-1940 / selected, translated, and introduced by Mary M. Solberg
- Minneapolis, MN : Fortress Press, 
Includes bibliographical references (pages 471-477) and index
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Decades after the Holocaust, many assume that the churches in Germany resisted the Nazi regime. In fact, resistance was exceptional. The Deutsche Christen, or "German Christians," a movement within German Protestantism, integrated Nazi ideology, nationalism, and Christian faith. Marrying religious anti-Judaism to the Nazis' racial antisemitism, they aimed to remove everything Jewish from Christianity. For the first time in English, Mary M. Solberg presents a selection of "German Christian" documents. Her introduction sets the historical context. Includes responses critical of the German Christians by Karl Barth and Dietrich Bonhoeffer. -- Provided by publisher.
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