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She wrote to say that she was able to find these things in her own philosophy of life without God.
The term itself originates from the Latin; fasces, literally meaning: the bundle of rods sporting an axe-head that symbolized the unchallenged state authority of Rome.
Such claims are based on poor history and a failure to understand the complexity of National Socialism, which at its core was a new religious movement.
Refuting this misleading conception of history is important for both Christians and non-Christians alike who hope to understand the depth of Nazi evil.
“I think that if I had faith it would be like his,” she says, “but the leap seems, at this point, both futile and risky.” Stephanie has three general objections to belief in God.
First, she believes that the evidence is insufficient.
promote the view that Nazi leaders were Christians alienated from the church.