10 Best Teen & Young Adult German Language Study

List Updated May 2020

Bestselling Teen & Young Adult German Language Study in 2020


La chica de los zapatos verdes (Bk & CD) / The Girl With the Green Shoes (Bk & CD) (Leer en Espanol: Level 2) (Spanish Edition)

La chica de los zapatos verdes (Bk & CD) / The Girl With the Green Shoes (Bk & CD) (Leer en Espanol: Level 2) (Spanish Edition)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

CliffsNotes on Austen's Pride and Prejudice (Cliffsnotes Literature Guides)

CliffsNotes on Austen's Pride and Prejudice (Cliffsnotes Literature Guides)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Used Book in Good Condition

As You Like It: Oxford School Shakespeare (Oxford School Shakespeare Series)

As You Like It: Oxford School Shakespeare (Oxford School Shakespeare Series)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Oxford University Press USA

Deutsch im Einsatz Student's Book (IB Diploma) (German Edition)

Deutsch im Einsatz Student's Book (IB Diploma) (German Edition)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Cambridge Univ Ed

Othello: Oxford School Shakespeare (Oxford School Shakespeare Series)

Othello: Oxford School Shakespeare (Oxford School Shakespeare Series)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Oxford University Press, USA

Komm mit!: Grammatikheft Level 2

Komm mit!: Grammatikheft Level 2
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020

Collins Easy Learning German – Easy Learning German Grammar

Collins Easy Learning German – Easy Learning German Grammar
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020

Auf Deutsch!: Student Edition Level 2 Level 2-Zwei 2001

Auf Deutsch!: Student Edition Level 2 Level 2-Zwei 2001
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Used Book in Good Condition

Komm mit!: Practice and Activity Book Level 1

Komm mit!: Practice and Activity Book Level 1
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020

Sonar un crimen (Libro + CD) (Leer En Espanol Level 1) (Spanish Edition)

Sonar un crimen (Libro + CD) (Leer En Espanol Level 1) (Spanish Edition)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Used Book in Good Condition

A Book Review on When a Nation Forgets God: 7 Lessons We Must Learn from Nazi Germany

This article reviews the main points of this book which draws lessons from a history that has parallels to our contemporary culture.

In Lutzer's book, he illustrates a surprising parallel between the phases that the German society went through under the influences of the Nazi Socialist Party and the cultural streams of America today.

Highlights of the book include lessons that could be learned from the economical, cultural and political benchmarks in the history of Nazi Germany.

In Lutzer's analysis, one major aspect of this parallel happens in the economy sector. For example, when German Marks suffered devaluation under a crumbling economy, the German people cried out to their leaders for rescue and deliverance. In that process the government instigated economic controls and nationalized healthcare. When people became desperate, they were willing to close their eyes to signs of danger in order to seek bread even at the expense of freedom.

Another critical aspect of this parallel happens in the cultural and religious sectors. Lutzer noted that what Hitler did to Germany was what ACLU did to America. When God was forcefully separated from the government, in the vacuum of transcendent values and divine agenda, Hitler stepped in to make new laws based on raw power and personal or governmental preferences. Under such laws, a certain race or a group of people (e.g. pre-born babies, young children, the elderly) could be classified as subhuman and disposed of for convenience's sake.

Dr. Lutzer observes that sociological law is like putty in the human hand which can be molded into any shape according to one's liking. When leaders of our government rewrite the laws in the name of a living Constitution, the original intent of the Constitution may be betrayed under the disguise of camouflaged languages.

According to Lutzer, Hitler believed so much in the power of his own speech that he claimed he could make heaven look like hell and make hell look like heaven with the right use of propaganda. Hitler confused the values of society with emotional incitement and manipulation. This approach gives the leaders opportunities to bring the people into the game without revealing what's in it.

The book When A Nation Forgets God - 7 Lessons We Must Learn from Nazi Germany is a relatively thin paperback that can be read in your spare time. The insights one can gain from these Lutzer, a writer with family roots from Germany, will be well worth the time you spend on this book. Given its affordable price, you can pass it on to a friend after you finish reading it. You can also find an excerpt of this book on the author's web site.

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