The Triumph of Hate: The Political Theology of the Hitler Movement
- Publish Date: 2011-12-16
- Binding: Paperback
The Triumph of Hate explains the religious, philosophical, sociopolitical, and historical roots of the rise of Hitler and his movement. Beginning with Pauls rejection of traditional Judaism, the book accounts for the animosity and estrangement that has shaped the tragic history of Christians and Jews in Europe. Beginning with the investiture contest, Vasillopulos explains the estrangement of Germany from Latin and Western Europe, accounting for the late unification of the German nation-state. Finally, the author argues that the Final Solution was the Hitler movements attempt to create Aryans out of Germans for the purpose of saving Europe from the materialism and individualism of the West, personified by Jews, both human and metaphorical.