Trapped in Hitler’s Hell

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On this first day of the Jewish New Year, Dr. Brown comes your way live from Singapore and interviews 87-year old Holocaust survivor Anita Dittman, author of the book Trapped in Hitler’s Hell. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: If God could preserve a Jewish believer in Jesus in the midst of the hell of Nazi Germany, there is nothing He cannot do.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: The trumpet is sounding. The ram’s horn is blasting. Do you hear the call? It’s wake-up time. It’s repentance time. While there’s breath, there’s hope.


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  1. An excellent clip of the words of President Obama regarding the fact that no God condones the actions of Islamic terrorists, etc. Well said.

  2. Maybe the president said “god” rather than God. I didn’t see it in print. I still say “well said”, Mr. President, for no god * would justify such acts of unrighteousness for such purposes of evil.

    * Psalm 82:6.

    And the one true God, we can be certain is against such acts of evil, though he may allow evil to come for his purposes, for judgment against sinners, at times. Woe unto him who commits such deeds as rape and murder under the banner of an evil religion.

  3. If Anita’s story were a movie, it might be one I would like to see. Thinking about this caused me to think about forgiveness, also thinking about the cost others suffer or are unwilling to suffer, as they do whatever they might do, and how that might relate as to how we forgive others, easily or not so easily.

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