Mel is a pastor and a blogger who is doing great work in exposing the evils of socialism. I recommend all of his posts but I consider his posts on socialism very helpful for understanding why socialism is evil. Of all his posts in his “socialism series” which he tirelessly and constantly expands I find his latest post to be the best one because it goes straight to the spiritual source of Marxism. He shows that Marx was no atheist. I agree with his conclusion “Karl Marx was a pathetic evil human being in so many ways and his early writings explains the sinister spiritual roots of his evil Socialist ideology.”
My impression of Marx: He hated humanity and he wanted to overthrow the world’s goverments not to replace them with something better but because he wanted to be the ruler instead. Filled with a raging envy he thought he deserved to rule instead of those goverments. As intense as his hatred of the ruling goverments was his hatred of God and I would go so far as to say that he was envious of God and that he believed he should be the object of worship instead which in a sick perverted way has become true for marxists.
In addition to the resources Mel links to I recommend Richard Wurmbrands “Marx and Satan”.
Here is a link to a free online version: http://www.rafapal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Marx_and_Satan.pdf
Wurmbrand shows a very dark side of Marx and he makes the case that Marx was a satanist.
Whether Marx was a practising satanist or not, it’s clear which spirit guided and inspired Marx. The death, destruction and oppression that is his legacy is proof of that.
I wonder if many young people who revere Karl Marx, the father of modern Socialism, know that not only was he not an atheist, he vehemently hated God. I think so-called Christian Socialists should especially understand this, because it’s very clear from Marx’s writings that he not only believed there was a God but wanted revenge on Him in an almost Miltonesque “Paradise Lost” sort of way. This also helps to explain why Marxist ideology is so dark, divisive, and destructive, which is the opposite of Christ’s message: “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” (John 10:10 NIV)
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