Yes, other Christians, majority German Lutheran. That's why your posit was so silly.<quoted text>
You might be beyond my help.
The crosses are at Normandy. Do you have any idea who the allies were fighting at Normandy?
But he didn't kill them for being Catholic. That's the hump you can't get over. He killed them - some of them in the priesthood, not rank and file - for openly opposing his policies. The rest got in line, shnell, and made it through the Hitler years, if they survived the bombings.<quoted text>Hitler killed Jews and Christians because of his hate for their religion, his racism toward the Jews, and he justified it with the science of Darwin.
None of it had anything to do with Martin Luther. If Luther had been with one of the Catholics Hitler's men killed, he would have killed him too.
But Luther wouldn't have been a Catholic, would he?(The name "Luther" is a clue.) It tickles me how obtuse you can be about your muddled "facts".
"Everyone's entitled to their own opinion, but no one's entitled to their own facts."<quoted text>You don't seem capable of grasping that. So if anyone asks, you should just repeat to them what I said above.
Obviously you "buck" that axiom.
Your m.o. is to ignore specific points and questions, and lob back more History On The Fly. Not original at all, topix is rife with like-minded souls.
Then you top it off with logical fallacy, conflating natural selection with social Darwinism, which had little to do with Darwin, except Spencer taking his name.
You do understand what "natural selection" means, right? Does that give you pause at all? A little bit? No?