Rose-tinted Memory: Holocaust truths that can’t be erased by Mr Michael Fryer

Rose-tinted Memory: Holocaust truths that can't be erased by Mr Michael Fryer

Editor: Margaret Buckley

“Those who deny Auschwitz would be ready to remake it”.
~ Primo Levi, Holocaust survivor and author

Seventy years after the mass murder of the Jews of Europe, Holocaust denial and Holocaust revisionism are creeping into our overall perception of what actually happened.

Christendom has not ‘denied’ Holocaust, but it has attempted to create a memory of Holocaust which suggests that the Christians of Europe were, without exception, rescuers of Jews or that they knew nothing about the mass murders.

Over many years, my studies have led me to believe that this “rose-tinted memory” of Holocaust has led us in Christendom to believe that we are not responsible in any way for the genocide known as Holocaust.

The truth is this: Christendom not only fuelled the hatred of Jews prior to the war years, but it actually played an active role in intensifying hatred against the Jews of Europe.

This book highlights a number of events which will help you to form more accurate conclusions about the involvement and motives of Christians in Europe in the years surrounding World War II. Faced with a clearer and more accurate perspective, you will be challenged to take the next step and actively get involved in setting the record straight in our day.

Holocaust survivor and author Primo Levi wrote, “Those who deny Auschwitz would be ready to remake it”. The onus is now on us to learn from the past and do something different in the present day.

Let me urge you to do two very important things: READ this book now, in order to set the record straight in your own mind, and then ACT upon what you have read, so that we can stop the rise of hate speech against Jews and Israel within the Church and prevent a recurrence of the most horrible genocide in history—the Holocaust.

Year first published: 2024

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