All people deserve to worship a God who also worships them. A God that made them…

 All people deserve to worship a God who also worships them. A God that made themand likes them” (Walker, 1997, p.25).

Or Hitler Quotes on christianity and government

“The Government, being resolved to undertake the political and moral
purification of our public life, are creating and securing the
conditions necessary for a really profound revival of religious life”

[Adolph Hitler, in a speech to the Reichstag on March 23, 1933]


Berlin Churches Establish Bureau to Win Back Worshippers

Wireless to the New York Times.

BERLIN, May 13. – In Freethinkers Hall, which before the Nazi
resurgence was the national headquarters of the German Freethinkers
League, the Berlin Protestant church authorities have opened a bureau
for advice to the public in church matters. Its chief object is to
win back former churchgoers and assist those who have not previously
belonged to any religious congregation in obtaining church membership.

The German Freethinkers League, which was swept away by the national
revolution, was the largest of such organizations in Germany. It had
about 500,000 members …”

[New York Times, May 14, 1933, page 2, on Hitler’s outlawing of
atheistic and freethinking groups in Germany in the Spring of 1933,
after the Enabling Act authorizing Hitler to rule by decree]

Only a fool would let his enemy teach his children -X-

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In order to maintain my sanity, I put my trust and belief in a higher power that is superior to me. My personal relationship with GOD is uniquely mine. This is one thing that the world cannot define for me. Allowing myself to believe in a GOD that does not have a particular gender or color, but just IS, lets me know that I was created in its image, and I am O.K. with my identity as a Black Female in the American South. My GOD allows me to BE and respect who I am with my Black, Female, Southern self and all that completes my identity.

As a child of the 80’s and 90’s, I still felt the residue of racism that the Jim Crow South left behind. Occasionally, the kids in the
neighborhood came over to play.
We were rarely included in the personal and private world of my neighborhood friends.
I recall having a slumber party and only church friends (African American children) showed up, not the kids I went to school with or my neighbors.
My feelings were deeply hurt. I pondered why it was okay to play outside, but we were not included in the extra activities with the other kids in the neighborhood. It was at this point in my life that I began to look at why things were still so segregated in the early ‘90’s in Alabama.
Then I began to seek my own truth, and I found that through exploring history. Unfortunately, the schools that I attended never taught African-American history, so my parents taught me at home.
Before I went to school, I knew about Malcolm X, Fannie Lou Hammer, and Marcus Garvey. I always challenged my history teachers and questioned why I never saw Black people in my history books.
Due to my cultural views, I was labeled a militant Black girl in high school. I was angry and pissed off that I wasn’t taught my own history in school. It angered me that we only learned about white American Anglo Saxon history with a paragraph or two about Indians (as Native Americans were called in our text books).
II was a student that the administration felt was always being unruly. I was tired of feeling invisible, yet the color of my skin made me very visible in my school.
 Mathews (1997) exclaims,“As African-American Women,particularly those of us who live and work in circles where our heritage is not the norm, the efforts to live in a non-African American space is like trying to walk on the moon without a moon suit. You will float away or die of lack of oxygen unless you equip yourself properly” (p. 35).

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