KARL MARX LEFT CHRISTIANITY AND JOINED THE SATANISTS 12/01/2010


by Moody Adams
“Did you know Karl Marx was once a professing Christian?," asks WorldNetDaily. “Did you know the architect of communism later joined a satanic cult?" Those are among the shocking revelations of a classic book, by a heroic pastor and evangelist repeatedly imprisoned and tortured by a Communist regime, that is back in print and available through the WND Superstore after decades of collecting dust.

The book "'Marx and Satan,' was written by Pastor Richard Wurmbrand, the leader of the underground church of Romania who spent 14 years in the Communist prison under the palace of Nicolae Ceauºescu, the late dictator of Romania.
Marx's first book, entitled, "The Union of the Faithful with Christ," contains this statement: "Through love of Christ we turn our hearts at the same time toward our brethren who are inwardly bound to us and for whom He gave Himself as sacrifice. ..."

Marx abandoned Christianity, while in college, after exposure to liberal Christianity. He was initially opposed to the ideas of socialism and Communism until Moses Hess persuaded him of the usefulness they had in being agents of the destruction of mankind, which was Marx's ultimate satanic goal. Marx wrote in a poem "... I wander godlike and victorious through the ruins of the world And, giving my words an active force, I will feel equal to my Creator."

Socialism and Communism were forwaded by a man who worshipped the Devil and wanted to destroy mankind.


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