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2/14 True Prophet vs. False Prophet - Person telling you what god wants - Mediate between God and the people - Words must be in accord with the true prophet Moses - Moses’s Laws were mostly in regard the table/bedroom/grave - If you say something NOT in accord with the laws of Moses and you manipulate nature = NOT PROPHET - If someone says those things and manipulate nature you’re supposed to kill him - Whole system the presence of the mind if everywhere - Real faith is understanding the table/bedroom/grave through the words of God - Miracles exist? Fascinated by this and we pray for them - Put up against Hitler Moses - Hitler vouched a vision might is right, strongest survive, survival of the fittest - Snake vs. Alligator ; Nazism is the alligator - Alligators fear no one and are the strongest - Hitler came up with “living room” – Germans needed more space - He started invading all the countries for space - Heart of Moses charity o Help the Weak - We rebuilt Germany $billions o Marshall Plan - Bill Clinton says have to be ruthless to enemies - Countries are too nice - 2 contrary visions in Human Destiny o Ruthless, survival of the fittest o Charitable, help the weak - Hitler vs. Moses
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o Hitler got to enter his “promised land” o He became Chancellor of Germany o Lost, but everyone loses - God didn’t let Moses into the promised land - Moses is guilty and unworthy - Guilty of the sins of his people - As leader he takes their sins - This sin is being weak - 12 spies went into the promised land o 10 came back and said they’re too big o 2 came back and said lets go in - 38 ½ years later they go back and are ready to go in - Moses isn’t the right leader, he is unable to inspire his people to fight - Exodus 13:17 – “Pharaoh let the people go not through Philistines because God thought they would flee back to Egypt.” - Pharaoh let them go God didn’t mean Philistines - Philistines were renowned as fighters and iron weaponry - Philistines were in between Jews and Promise Land - It was closer to go through the Philistines - Promise land = War, Moses is not a warrior - No one knows where God buried Moses - Moses will not do if possession of a land is necessary and you’re going to have to fight - You have to prove yourself worthy of the promised land - David is the chosen one – broke every law of Moses - Film - Poles watch Jews being transported - The men claim to be the ones who gave Jews water at the risk of death
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- Summer = Jews were stifled and hot - Winter = Freezing - Lanzmaan asked about the ride to the camps - Sit on the ground = bullet to the head - Men describe women asking for water and throw a pot at a soldier’s head – opened door and brains and blood were splattered all over 2/21 - Hitler – on the biblical side - Most appropriate candidate to stand up to Hitler = David - Prophecy in the Hebrew Bible - Hitler sometimes considered himself a prophet in regards to the Jews o 1- He was going to exterminate them o 2- No one would stop him and everyone was in favor of him doing it
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course RELIGION 001 taught by Professor Holstein during the Fall '07 term at University of Iowa.

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