Germany and the Holy Roman Empire

Germany and the Holy Roman Empire

By Gerald Flurry, Stephen Flurry, J. Tim Thompson & Philadelphia Church of God

  • Release Date: 2012-11-06
  • Genre: Bible Studies
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Description

Many people are aware of the atrocities committed by Germany in World War II, but would consider them ancient history. These people are completely unaware of the legacy which Adolf Hitler drew upon in creating his Nazi war machine. His was merely the latest resurrection of a war-making empire with a long and bloody history. Did you know that the Bible prophesied of his regime-as well as the terrible emergence of one last resurrection in our day?

In this booklet: 
• The Resurgence of Nazi Germany  
• Germany's Earliest Roots 
• The Unholy Roman Empire  
• Hitler and the Holy Roman Empire
• Germany in Prophecy  

Reviews

  • Wow

    5
    By MoldyDdog
    This book was amazing!
  • Religiously motivated

    1
    By Think damnit
    Dont read this book if youre looking for intelligent scholarship and real history. If youre looking to reinforce a narrow religious world view then this book is for you.
  • Awesome!

    5
    By jkprice2
    This is an amazing read that reveals their true history but also their role in future events!
  • Amazing!

    5
    By jagoodearl
    This book truly proves German and the Holy Roman Empire from a biblical standpoint.
  • mittenmousamin

    5
    By mittenmousamin
    This is a fantastic book and I highly recommend it. History does repeat itself if we dont learn from it.
  • Conspiracy?

    1
    By Von zweibrucken
    I believe this is one of the biggest lumps of garbage I have ever seen. Taking this seriously is like saying the u.s. is the best country in the world. It is very opinionated and I understand I am not the target audience. However, I recommend reading more about German history before ostracizing them.

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