The Christian Right and Hitler's Nazis

The Christian Right and Hitler
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Name Institution Course Instructor Date The Christian Right and Hitler’s Nazis Religious fundamentalist usually advocate for precepts which secular humanist believe is a threat to societal harmony. Largely, religious interpretations may elicit violence or harsh criticism depending on the views that the observers of the religion would wish to express…

Introduction

It is arguable that there are frightening similarities between the Christian right and Hitler's Nazis. Chris Hedges believe that the move by Christian fundamentalist to takeover the political system is comparable the Hitler’s Nazis2. He observed that when the Christian fundamentalist penetrate the political cycle, opponents of the Christian system would serve as Satan’s agent. Critically, under the Christian dominion, the Ten Commandments act at the values, which Christians should observe. In the same way, Hitler’s Nazis used their commandments to institute political administration. The precepts followed by the Christian fundamentalist will, in the same manner as Hitler’s Nazis abolish trade union, secular law, public schools among other institutions, which do not embrace the Christian virtues. The fear is the precepts the fundamentalists have stood for. The Christian fundamentalists have penetrated their ways into the House of Representatives. Further, these fundamentalists hold majority of the seats. Christian fundamentalist movements have demonstrated 80 percent approval to the activities or debates conducted by the House of Representatives3. The House of Representative is critical to social development of the nation because it influences the social order, which the society adapts. ...
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