The Devil and Karl Marx: Communism's Long March of Death, Deception, and Infiltration
“Take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them…For we are not contending against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world rulers of this present darkness, against the spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly place.” — Ephesians 5:11-6:12
In 1837, Karl Marx wrote: “My soul, once true to God, / is chosen for Hell.”
There isn’t a clearer example of a man who chose Hell for himself, and then designed and promoted living hells for others than Karl Marx. While many think the danger of communism has passed, The Devil and Karl Marx proves otherwise. In this book, Paul Kengor brilliantly describes the demonic nature of communist ideology and how it still exists in our world.
In his book, Kengor covers all the things you need to know about the present danger of Marxism, including:
- Karl Marx’s influence historically
- The Bolshevik war on religion and the Church’s response
- The Church’s teachings on Atheism and Communism
- The way Marxism has infiltrated and manipulated members of the Church
- The way communism influences radicals today
Kengor shows that the problem of Marxism is not really about economic or political concerns, but the eternal problem of spiritual warfare and good versus evil. It is dangerous, and intellectually dishonest, to separate the many evils of communism from the demonic inspiration of Karl Marx. Many have attempted to excuse the countless deaths caused by Marx’s theories, but Kengor demonstrates that this is exactly the reason we need to condemn Marx.
In this book, Kengor will give you the tools to understand Marx’s evil ideology and see the diabolical side of his writing. He will explain how Marx’s fascination with the Devil caused a great evil that echoes even into the modern age. The Devil and Karl Marx is a chilling examination of the real demonic powers found Marx.