Christianity In Flyboys

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During World War II the Japanese had a very strong opinion about themselves. The Japanese were the absolute power holders, they decide everything. The thoughts of the Japanese being the creators, rulers of the universe, the source of all moral authority, and the supreme beings filled their minds. In the non-fiction book Flyboys written by James Bradley highlights the idea of the Japanese being the gods of the universe. During the World War II Christianity and the Japanese were compared. The Christians were normal people,they were “mortals born in sin whose belief in god offered salvation” (Bradley 15). The Christians were compared to normal people that sinned and relay on a God to assist their time in need. On the other hand, all a Japanese

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