This is the forty-sixth installment in Eric’s series entitled Spiritual Lessons from WW2. In this episode he contrasts the malleable power of social correctness with the enabling power of heavenly correctness upon on the Christian life. And, in doing this, Eric utilizes the life and decisions of one specific German Christian in 1942 named Fritz Graebe to illustrate the power of one man choosing to stand up when everyone else remains seated.
Speaker: Eric Ludy
Series: Spiritual Lessons from WW2
Study: 46 – The Moses of Rovno
Date: June 24, 2020
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