Kristen etik i en nazistisk kyrka

En analys av Deutsche Christens etik

This is an analysis of the ethics of the Deutsche Christen, a pro-Nazi christian movement in the Third Reich. The movement was a part of the German protestant church and attracted as much as one third of the church members. They incorporated Nazi symbols in the church activities and aimed to ?cleanse? the church from what they called jewish influenses. It is debated if a group that supports Nazi ideals can be considered ethical, or even christian, but this analysis examines their etchics and raises the question if the ethics of the Deutsche Christen can be compared to other christian ethical models. It also tries to see how the ethical reflection of the Deutsche Christen was made from a christian standpoint. What concepts formed their morals?


Johan Blomberg

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