The first Holocaust is the one most people talk about still. Hitler. Germany. The attempted extermination of the Jews. It was, unarguably, one of the greatest horrors in this history of the world. That will never change.
What has changed are the enemy’s methods.
In Rees Howell’s Intercessor, the chronicle of Howells’ fight against Hitler and the Nazis through prayer strikes a familiar chord to those of us fighting the current holocaust attempting to exterminate a generation through abortion.
A common accusation against people like me is that we exaggerate when we use terms like genocide or holocaust. First let’s look at those definitions. According to the Random House Dictionary, holocaust meanings include: “any mass slaughter or reckless destruction of life.” Genocide means “the deliberate and systematic extermination of a national, racial, political, or cultural group.”