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Announcing “Hitler’s Table Talk” Study Hour every Thursday

Published on March 2, 2014 by in Blog


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  1. Pretty excited about this. Table Talks is one of those books that I just never got around to reading but always really wanted too.

  2. You and me both, Ben. 🙂 Actually I didn’t read it because I had heard too much from its detractors. But then I talked to a real translator who had the original German of the “note-takers” Heim and Picker, and said the Cameron-Stevens translation compared accurately to those. So what is the problem, I ask? Mostly that some people don’t want Hitler to be saying some things he probably said.

  3. Steven J Lewis

    Thanks Carolyn, I was wondering what you were going to do next on Thursday night. Great topic and book. Then again, you always have great programs.

  4. truthspeech

    This is fantastic! Table Talk is a fantastic book. Hitler in a very conversational style and much more readable than Mein Kampf, and including a couple of humorous recollections of his past, (like driving over the bicycles of communists). It’s also a window into Hitler’s thinking during the war, which in some ways seems different than the 1920’s Hitler of Mein Kampf, especially as it relates to christianity.

  5. Zac Lefty

    Hi Carolyn. Will you be archiving these Table Talk shows so they can be download and listened to later?

  6. Sure. Just as usual.

  7. Brigid Therese

    WOW! Can’t wait for Thursday. Thanks so much, Carolyn and Ray. BRAVO!!

  8. John Rees

    Great job to come!!! I am looking forward Carolyn!!


  9. NaziSozi

    Catholic Church Against Hitler and Nazism


  10. NaziSozi

    Millions of innocent men, women and children, since the introduction of Christianity, have been burnt, tortured, fined and imprisoned; yet we have not advanced one inch towards uniformity.
    -Thomas Jefferson, Notes on Virginia, 1782

    Question with boldness even the existence of a god; because if there be one he must approve of the homage of reason more than that of blindfolded fear.
    -Thomas Jefferson, letter to Peter Carr, August 10, 1787

    History, I believe, furnishes no example of a priest-ridden people maintaining a free civil government. This marks the lowest grade of ignorance of which their civil as well as religious leaders will always avail themselves for their own purposes.
    -Thomas Jefferson to Alexander von Humboldt, Dec. 6, 1813.


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