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Opposition to ‘Mein Kampf’ There can only be one Bible . In many ways, Hitler had hoped to replace scriptural text, with that of his own rage-fueled hate in ‘Mein Kampf’ . His version of the Bible. This can lead one to allude to why he wanted every Bible banned and replaced with ‘Mein Kampf’. One of the most detrimental pieces of christanity, in which Hitler disregarded, was the acceptance of God being the father of Jesus, therefore making him the messiah of the land. This is a title Hitler would have liked to seize. He hardly, ever referred to Jesus, but on the rare occasions he did, it wasn’t the Jesus we know today. He refused to repute that Jesus was Jewish. He didn’t accept scripture, in turn he devised his own form of Jesus. This is “Dicto Simpliciter”, “False Consolation”, “False Charge of Fallacy” and “Ad Baculum”. The Jesus he fabricated was Aryan; identifying with and/or indicating individuals of the Indo-European tongue, who permeated northern India in 2M B.C. (Wiki, 2020) Hitler oftentimes would cite this new Aryan Jesus as the Nazarene and/or adversary to the Jewish. Hitler repulsed the actuality of Jesus being a divinity and required man to revere him as a supreme being. This is an “Inconsistency”, “Contradictory Premise” and “Questionable Classification”. “Dear Friends, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see if they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world. This is how you can recognize the

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