Friday, September 26, 2014

Christophobes Lie about the Holocaust; Ban Corrie ten Boom in a Publicly Funded School

Readers of "Bieganski" know that ideologically motivated lies about the Holocaust are rampant in media and education. 

Now this: Christophobes have banned Corrie ten Boom's Holocaust books from a publicly funded school. Why? Corrie ten Boom, the books' author, was a Christian, motivated by Christian ideals to attempt to save Jews from the Nazis. And you cannot say that, at least not in this publicly funded school. I'll bet you can equate Nazism with Christianity in that school, though. 

Read more about this scandal here

Read more about Nazism's intellectual and ethical foundations here

1 comment:

  1. Regardless of the motives of the administrator in doing this, it is part of a much bigger problem. Leftists and Holocaust-education proponents are getting more bold and open in their attacks on Christianity, and the Church is just burying its head in the sand.

    In my studies, I have encountered many respectable Holocaust scholars, and theologians, that blame Christianity for the crimes of the neo-pagan, secularist Nazi movement. One such example, a relatively polished one, was critiqued by me in a book review, which can be accessed by clicking on my name in this specific posting.


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