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Controversial WWII Museum Exhibit Highlights 'the Bad Sides of History'

Controversial WWII Museum Exhibit Highlights 'the Bad Sides of History'

Ultimately, none of us are so good that we are beyond the need for God’s help or so bad that we are beyond his redemption. Every day brings the chance to be a hero or a villain in God’s story.

Personal Reflections on Holocaust Memorial Day

Personal Reflections on Holocaust Memorial Day

We can never undo the horrific past from which we suffered, and from which many still do. But we have built up our lives and our country. In our very existence, we shout, “Never Again.” This is the cornerstone of the victory that we celebrate every day, even on days like today, Holocaust Remembrance Day, when we must remember and mourn the past.

Auburn Coach Quotes Esther in Backing Ukraine: We Said 'Never Again' after the Holocaust

Auburn Coach Quotes Esther in Backing Ukraine: We Said 'Never Again' after the Holocaust

Auburn men's basketball coach Bruce Pearl referenced the biblical story of Esther in defending the Ukrainian people during a press conference over the weekend, saying he's "all in" in helping the war-torn country.

ABC News Suspends Whoopi Goldberg from The View after Claiming the Holocaust 'Isn't about Race'

ABC News Suspends Whoopi Goldberg from <em>The View</em> after Claiming the Holocaust 'Isn't about Race'

ABC News announced Tuesday night that actress and talk show host Whoopi Goldberg was suspended from The View for two weeks after claiming that the Holocaust “isn’t about race.”

Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Fight against Antisemitism

Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Fight against Antisemitism

Antisemitism has been a scourge of the human race since the ancient world. Too often throughout history, Christians have not only turned a blind eye but even took part themselves. That this still happens in America, even after the long shadow of the 20th century’s greatest horrors, is incomprehensible. Each year, on Holocaust Remembrance Day, the world takes stock of one of its darkest moments. The Holocaust is among those historical markers that force us to face the reality of evil. Especially in a culture like ours, that too often thinks in “Dr. Evil” comedic caricatures, we must never forget the true potential of humanity.

How a Holocaust Survivor Thanked the Courageous Christians of Le Chambon

How a Holocaust Survivor Thanked the Courageous Christians of Le Chambon

In late January, Holocaust survivor Eric Schwam passed away at age 90. According to a BBC article, Schwam, a native of Vienna, arrived in Le Chambon in 1943, a refugee along with his mother, father, and grandfather. There, the people of the village kept him and his family safe from the Nazis. After the war, Schwam eventually returned to Austria to live a quiet life. However, he never forgot the people of Le Chambon for saving his life. In fact, he left the town more than $2 million in a bequest.

Celebrating Holocaust Survivors

Celebrating Holocaust Survivors

There’s a new movement to celebrate Holocaust Survivor Day on June 24. This new initiative is being spearheaded in Poland, from where many of the survivors came, where they suffered, and where their families and entire communities were slaughtered. Unlike Holocaust Memorial Day when we mourn the six million Jews who were murdered, this day is dedicated to celebrating and encouraging the survivors.

GOP Condemns Taylor Greene for Comparing Holocaust to Mask and Vaccine Requirements

GOP Condemns Taylor Greene for Comparing Holocaust to Mask and Vaccine Requirements

On Tuesday, GOP leaders condemned comments made by Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene comparing the treatment of Jews in Nazi Germany to mask mandates and vaccine passports in the United States.

Holocaust Survivors Take to Social Media Fight Against Growing Anti-Semitism

Holocaust Survivors Take to Social Media Fight Against Growing Anti-Semitism

For Holocaust Remembrance Day, Holocaust survivors took to social media to fight against growing anti-Semitism.

Religious Rights Advocates Remember Holocaust by Urging an End to Uyghur Persecution

Religious Rights Advocates Remember Holocaust by Urging an End to Uyghur Persecution

At a Zoom conference hosted by Christian Solidarity Worldwide U.K. and the René Cassin Foundation, members discussed the persecution Uyghurs are experiencing in China, stating that it was "far too familiar" to the persecution of Jewish people during the Holocaust.

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