Was Hitler the first pantheist mass murderer?
|November 26, 2017||Posted by News under Culture, Darwinism, Religion|
In an ID the Future conversation with Todd Butterfield, Professor Weikart reveals the complexity of his topic — Hitler’s true religious views, which are so often subjected to, yes, simplistic caricature. Sometimes you’ll see Hitler portrayed as a Christian, other times as an occultist. Neither is true. You could call him a pantheist. More.
On this episode of ID The Future, Tod Butterfield talks with CSC Senior Fellow Dr. Richard Weikart about his recently published book Hitler’s Religion: The Twisted Beliefs that Drove the Third Reich. In particular, Weikart explores Hitler’s pantheism and his antipathy toward Christianity.
Most of the really big mass murderers in the twentieth century were naturalist atheists, so the Third Reich is an exception worth studying. But no question, it was Darwinist.
See also: Weikart on how Darwinism helped fascist agendas