Tom Horn published a book recently entitled Blood on the Altar. The Coming War Between Christian vs. Christian. Douglas Woodward and Douglas Krieger co-authored one of its chapters which can also be read on Horn’s website Raiders News Update.
As even a cursory reading reveals, the content of the chapter appears to be based on historical facts, but is really a fictionalized account of the past, which Woodward and Krieger present in their portrayal of State-Church relations in Germany during the Nazi Era. What follows is not an extended critique of the authors’ arguments, because this would entail a much longer rebuttal. Suffice it to say that the statements in this chapter are so skewed that it is hard to decide of where to begin setting the record straight. Thus, I will leave it at making a few brief comments.
Woodward’s and Krieger’s eclectic way of quoting from Hitler’s public speeches and prayers at different times and places (a quote from Hitler in 1933 needs to be looked at differently than one from 1937) is so incredibly wrong, methodically speaking, that there is not the slightest value in the use of their false historical portrayal of the Nazi regime’s attempt of “Gleichschaltung” (“homogenization” of church and state) as the basis of extrapolating what the Antichrist might do in the future. Any reading of academic history books about the State-Church relations during the Nazi era will readily reveal that Hitler failed in his attempted “Gleichschaltung”.