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By examining the confessions, writings, and poetry of Marx and his followers, the author demonstrates how the "prince of darkness" gave these men the "sword" by which they have terrorized the nations. Wurmbrand proves that this movement is not simply the work of greedy men, hungry for wealth and power, but is "after the working of Satan" with the intent of destroying mankind. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving….

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By examining the confessions, writings, and poetry of Marx and his followers, the author demonstrates how the "prince of darkness" gave these men the "sword" by which they have terrorized the nations.

Wurmbrand proves that this movement is not simply the work of greedy men, hungry for wealth and power, but is "after the working of Satan" with the intent of destroying mankind.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Marx and Satan by Richard Wurmbrand. Marx and Satan by Richard Wurmbrand. The late Reverend Richard Wurmbrand spent 14 years as a prisoner of the Communist government in Romania , where he was persecuted for his faith in Jesus Christ.

His experience led him to spend further years researching Karl Marx and the Communist doctrines he developed. While Communism portrays itself as a noble endeavor for the good of mankind, and claims an Atheistic vie The late Reverend Richard Wurmbrand spent 14 years as a prisoner of the Communist government in Romania , where he was persecuted for his faith in Jesus Christ. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title.

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You have walked with me through the terrible pages of this book I had to skip some of it because of the horrific descriptions of torture and Satanic worship. This was a very dark and heavy read, and I could feel the oppression of these people as I was reading it.

This book declares the truth, but it is NOT for younger readers. Not only is the book unconvincing but apparently Wurmbrand misrepresented the text he was quoting from as well, as shown in the excellent review by Karl Radl: "when we compare the quotation given by Wurmbrand and the actual side-by-side we can see that Wurmbrand is deliberately misleading his reader about what Riis quoted Helene Demuth as actually saying.

Yes: he quotes her words, but he misses the vital clarification about what Riis states she was talking about. That experience certainly gave Wurmbrand a considerable amount of drive and sense of mission, but it also appears to have thrown out any attempt on his part to rationally approach Marxism and its popularly-believed originator: Karl Marx.

Nov 23, Janice Shay rated it it was amazing. Simply amazing and makes sense as to the root of hatred by both Karl Marx and Joseph Stalin. I have grown up with the history of Communism in Russia, as my father was born in southern Ukraine in Many of what stories he told me have been mirrored in Pastor Wurmbrand's books. If Marx was truly one who worshiped Satan over the Lord God, it is no wonder of his hatred of Christian people.

I could hardly put this book down Simply amazing and makes sense as to the root of hatred by both Karl Marx and Joseph Stalin. I could hardly put this book down. View 1 comment. May 12, Sam Lonberg rated it it was amazing. Fascinating and chilling! Jul 13, Don Incognito rated it really liked it. This was probably the most interesting book I've read this year. It should actually be titled Marxism and Satan, not Marx and Satan, because it is more a book about the mostly hidden Satanic origins of Marxism than a spiritual biography of Karl Marx, and as such, it's broad enough to include information on the religious viewpoints of Marx's contemporaries who influenced him or were influenced by him.

These include Moses Hess described as Marx's philosophical mentor, the man who inspired him to e This was probably the most interesting book I've read this year. These include Moses Hess described as Marx's philosophical mentor, the man who inspired him to embrace communism ; Marx's partner Friedrich Engels; and Mikhail Bakhunin, Marx's colleague and former friend and per one of my professors the philosophical father of anarchistic terrorism.

Things I didn't know before reading this book: Marx's not Marxism's Christian background. Everyone who knows anything about Marx knows he was ethnically Jewish, so I didn't guess he would have been raised Christian; but yes, his family was Christian and he grew up one, as shown in his youthful writing.

But around age eighteen or so, he flipped from praising God to explicitly hating Him. His writings quoted extensively in the book completely avoid explaining what happened to change him, but make it clear that he had not become an "atheist" per se--he knew perfectly well that God existed, but simply hated Him.

Marx's colleague Friedrich Engels had also rebelled against God in his youth, but retained some grudging sympathy or fondness toward Christianity that Marx did not share; and author Wurmbrand claims Engels may have repented at the end of his life.

Marx actually strongly opposed communism in his youth at the time he began hating God. He even explicitly wrote that anyone expressing communist views should be executed. Marx's primary mentor, the man who convinced him to embrace communism, was German philosopher and poet Moses Hess. Like Marx, Hess hated God and explicitly embraced Satan. I already knew a little about Marx's racism, but I did not know he explicitly supported slavery in America. The reason is somewhat complicated--I don't fully understand it--but has to do with his belief that America would have been a "patriarchal" nation without slavery.

I have no idea. However, Marx did not embrace communism out of any love for mankind and desire to improve working-class conditions; that widely-held belief is a Communist-promulgated myth.

Marx explained in his writings, in the clearest possible terms, that he would help establish communism, socialist ideas, for the express purpose of spreading misery in the world. He wrote an explicit statement about wanting to "drag mankind into hell"; I can't find it in the book at the moment, but you will if you read it.

Note the similarity to Mein Kampf and its effect: that Hitler announced his plans years beforehand in Mein Kampf, but nobody paid enough attention; and the same has been true with Marx's early writings. The truth is there for examination, but most don't bother to look. The Satanist influence explains so much. I already knew the hatred for Christianity; but finally I know the origin of the Gothic and goth tendencies I have seen and been fascinated by for years when I see or read about Marxists past and present.

These are some writings of Marx, quoted by Wurmbrand, that are particularly illustrative of his true thinking. All his worlds are gone beyond recall. Nothing but revenge is left to me. I shall build my summit high overhead, Cold, tremendous shall its summit be. For its bulwark--superstitious dread. For its marshal--blackest agony. Who looks on it with a healthy eye, Shall turn back, deathly pale and dumb, Clutched by blind and chill mortality, May his happiness prepare its tomb.

Every word of mine is fire and action. My breast is equal to that of the Creator. My holy of holies was rent asunder and new gods had to be installed. Thus, anyone may think just what he chooses to think. My soul, once true for God, Is chosen for hell. Then will I wander godlike and victorious Through the ruins of the world And, giving my words an active force, I will feel equal to the Creator. His colleagues and mentors, such as Hess and Friedrich Engels, make many similar statements in their writings.

Marx and the others sometimes absolutely sound as though they were being used as a conduit, as though Satan spoke through them. Later thinkers and political leaders who put Communism into action, especially Lenin, seemed to recognize the darkness with incredible and terrifying self-awareness.

From Lenin: I committed a great error. My nightmare is to have the feeling that I'm lost in an ocean of blood from our innumerable victims. Is it too late to return. To save our country, Russia, we could have needed men like Francis of Assisi.

With ten men like him we would have saved Russia. From the Communist International's secretary-general Bukharin, writing to his wife just before he was arrested and executed by Stalin: "I am leaving life. I am lowering my head.

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In , having become a Christian 10 years before, he publicly said Communism and Christianity were incompatible. As a result, he experienced imprisonment and torture by the then Communist regime of Romania, for his beliefs. His colleagues in Romania urged him to leave the country and work for religious freedom from a location less personally dangerous. After spending time in Norway and England, he and his wife Sabina, who had also been imprisoned, emigrated to America and dedicated the rest of their lives to publicizing and helping Christians who are persecuted for their beliefs.

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