Some of the assumptions made in the question are inaccurate. In particular, Christians as such were not 'classified as enemies of the Third Reich'. Some Christians resisted government interference in church life and therefore became unpopular with the regime. A few of these were sent to concentration camps, but very few were killed. SomeChristians also spoke out against various Nazi policies, especially the killing of incurables. Very few Christians spoke out against the persecution and genocide of the Jews, however. Nobody was killed by the Nazis for simply 'being a Christian'. The Nazi treated non-Jewish Poles very badly and oppressively, and the main religion in Poland was (and still is) Roman Catholicism. However, Poles who did not co-operate with the Nazis or who resisted the Nazis were punished and killed for that - not for being Roman Catholic. The Pope at the time, Pius XII, has been severely criticized for failing to denounce Hitler clearly in public. On the other hand two Roman Catholic bishops in Germany spoke out against the Nazi policy of killing off the mentally ill and incurables. At all stages, the Nazi regime was cautious in most of its dealings with churches. In the case of the Jews, and to a lesser extent the gypsies, the Nazis made a point, from about October 1941, of trying to murder all of them - on 'ethnic' ('racial') grounds. The difference is enormous. The Jews were the only group singled out for total systematic annihilation by the Nazis. To escape the death sentence imposed by the Nazis, the Jews could only leave Nazi-controlled Europe. Every single Jew in Europe was to be killed according to the Nazis' plan. In the case of other criminals or enemies of the Third Reich, their families were usually not held accountable. Thus, if a person were executed or sent to a concentration camp, it did not mean that each member of his family would meet the same fate. Moreover, in most situations the Nazis' enemies were classified as such because of their actions or political affiliation (actions and/or opinions which could be revised). In the case of the Jews, it was because of their racial origin, which could never be changed. In the case of the other groups the aim was generally less extreme. Even the genocide of the Roma/Sinti (gypsies) was carried out much less thoroughly.
Approximately three centuries
Basically the persecution of the Jews was because of what they were, the other groups were persecuted because of what they did. The Gypsy question is a bit more complicated, as they were persecuted in different ways depending on which type of gypsy they were and where they lived.
The difference between CSI Christians and Roman Catholic Christians is the Holy Rosary, prayer through Mary and baptism.
difference between pentecostal and quaker christians
Christians believe that the Messiah Has Come. Jews believe that He Has not.
All Baptists are Christians, but not all Christians are Baptists.
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Original classified document will have a classified by and reason line and a derivative classified document will have a classified by and derived from line
Words are classified as parts of speech based on their function as a word. If they are classified based on their role in the sentence, they are parts of a sentence. (there is not much difference between the two, but there is a difference)
Southern Baptists are Christians.
nothing, there were very few groups that were classified as enemies of the state. Groups such as Jehovahs Witnesses and Homosexuals were not, just the activiies were classified as illegal. Groups such as Slavs and Poles were classified as undesireable. The comparable groups were the static Roma within Germnay or the migrant Roma outside of Germany [and eventually other tribes], or Soviet Kommissars; they would all suffer the same fate. Enemies of the state would have to endure the same level of persecution as the Jews, but of the groups that suffered under the Nazis very few of them were classified as Enemies of the state.
The same as American Jews and American Christians. It's about the faith.
Evangelical Christians are even and angel like, and Christians are standard religious people.
should both media be classified on what ground
Christians believe the new Testament is Sacred,smething like that
Is escaping from persecution in their own homeland.
Narrative poems are still classified into poems. Shorts stories are not classified into poems.
Landforms are commonly classified according to differences in relief - the difference in elevation between highest & lowest points
The Great Persecution of Christians began under Emperor Diocletian from 303 and lasted until 311 in the eastern empire, but only until 305 in the west. Yet it is the western empire that eventually failed in 476 CE. Some say that although the empire was already in decline, Constantine hastened that decline. However there is no evidence that Constantine became emperor as a result of the Great Persecution. Nor is there any evidence that the unsustainable financial patronage that he gave to Christianity was a direct response to the Great Persecution. The one tenuous link between the persecution of Christians and the fall of the western empire is that the policy of persecution and the culture of book burning that took place under the Christian emperors might have been a robust response to the period known as the Great Persecution, since these factors contributed to the advent of the Dark Ages. Apart from this, it is difficult to find any link between the persecution of Christians and the failure of the Roman Empire.
difference is that metallica members are faithful christians.
They did not operate in the same spheres, so there is limited knowledge of how the early Christians regarded them. However, it is likely that they had unfavorable view of the Zealots since the Zealots were antagonizing the Roman Authorities. The Roman Authorities at that period did not notice the difference between the different Jewish and quasi-Jewish factions, of which early Christians were a part, resulting in increased Christian persecution in the aftermath of the Zealots' revolt.
There is no difference, Catholics are Christians, if you are asking about the difference between a particular protestant wedding and a Christian Catholic wedding, then you should ask that.
The main difference between the Philipines and Malaysia is that Malaysia has more Muslims and the Philippines have more christians.
Lutherans are Christians, they're just one denomination among many which have developed over the years.