Very Good. 0758608551 2007 second edition, Concordia Publishing House (Saint Louis, Missouri), 6 1/8 x 9 1/4 inches tall pictorial hardcover, no dust jacket (as issued), 196 pp. Very slight rubbing to covers. Otherwise, a very good to near fine copy-clean, bright and unmark, seemingly unread. ~SP36~ [1.5P] More than six decades ago, thousands of Germans were put to death for their attempt to overthrow the National Socialist tyranny. Most of them were Christian; some Roman Catholic, and some Lutheran. The most famous among the latter group were Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Carl Friedrich Goerdeler. This study will show that both men acted in accordance with Martin Luther's teachings on how and when to resist secular authority, although many eminent scholars and scribes have promoted the cliche that Luther was somehow to blame for Hitler's rise to power.
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