For the Soul of the People: Protestant Protest against Hitler

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 3
  • I - Omens 7
  • 1 - The Lost Empire 9
  • 2 - The Weimar Years 18
  • 3 - Nationalism, Nazism, and the Churches: The Early Period 30
  • II - The Confessing Church in the Nazi Era 45
  • 4 - Convictions and Conflicts 47
  • 5 - Daily Life and Work 74
  • 6 - The Murder of the Institutionalized Patients 104
  • 7 - The Confessing Church and the Jews 122
  • 8 - The War 155
  • III - Resistance and Guilt 195
  • 9 - Reflections on Resistance 197
  • 10 - The Guilt of Others"" 209
  • IV - The Inability to Mourn"" 237
  • 11 - Postwar Germans and Their Church: Rebirth or Restoration? 239
  • 12 - Political Developments and the East German Church 256
  • 13 - Political Issues and the West German Church 272
  • 14 - Christian Faith and Political Vision in Germany 284
  • 15 - Faith and the Fatherland 298
  • Notes 311
  • Sources and Bibliography 339
  • Index 347
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