(1 min Audio Report – Faith2Action)
Several years ago when visiting the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C., I saw a video presentation of the laws that were passed in pre–World War II Germany.
One after another, law after law appeared on the screen along with the dates they were passed. A book entitled The World Must Know, described the first of these laws:
On April 7, 1933, it dismissed all non-Aryans from civil service, including notaries and teachers in state schools. It was the first of 400 separate pieces of legislation … that defined, isolated, excluded, segregated, and impoverished German Jews.
Today it’s Christians who are being dismissed from civil service, public office, and private business.
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