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The Most Important Thing (2 Peter 1:12-21)Erik DiVietro, 1 July, 2018
Part of the Is THAT Really What It Says? series, preached at a Sunday Morning service
Is THAT Really What It Says? part 6.
You can read the Declaration of Causes of Seceding States yourself, which makes it clear the Civil War was primarily about slavery. (Also see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Civil_War#Slavery.)
Erik appears to be referring to the failure of the air raids on Schweinfurt, particularly the Second Raid on Schweinfurt, which was, decidedly, not very effective, and unquestionably too costly. Specifically, "Although the Schweinfurt factories were badly hit, the mission failed to achieve any lasting effect. The production of ball bearings in the factories was halted for only 6 weeks and Germany's war industry could easily rely on its substantial inventory of ball bearings as well as a large production surplus. In addition, the ball bearing facilities were dispersed to reduce their bombing risk."
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