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Overview Though their bodies lie cold and dormant, the grave cannot contain the influence these seven men have had on today's world. They continue to rule because they have altered the thinking of society. They generated philosophies that have been ardently grasped by masses of people but are erroneous and anti-scriptural. Today these ideas pervade our schools, businesses, homes, even the church. As we continue to unkowningly subscribe to their philosophies we keep the grave open for: Charles Darwin, Julius Wellhausen, John Dewey, Sigmund Freud, John Maynard Keynes, Soren Kierkegaard and Karl Marx.
Publishers Description Though their bodies lie cold and dormant, the grave cannot contain the influence these seven men have had on today's world. They continue to rule because they have altered the thinking of society. They generated philosophies that have been ardently grasped by masses of people but are erroneous and antiscriptural. Today these ideas pervade our schools, businesses, homes, and even the church. As we continue to unknowingly subscribe to their philosophies, we keep the grave open for Charles Darwin, Karl Marx, Julius Wellhausen, John Dewey, Sigmund Freud, John Maynard Keynes, and Soren Kierkegaard. Dave Breese warns us of the dangers of believing unreservedly the ideas of these seven men. He also reminds us of the only man whose life and words we can trust completely--Jesus Christ.
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Studio: Moody Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.12" Width: 6.34" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2000
Publisher MOODY PRESS BOOKS #13
ISBN 0802484484 ISBN13 9780802484482
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More About Dave Breese & David Breese
DAVE BREESE (1926-2002) was a graduate of Judson College and Northern Baptist Seminary and also served as president of Christian Destiny Ministries and World Prophetic Ministry. He was an evangelist, author, lecturer, and university speaker who ministered in more than sixty countries. In addition to a widespread broadcast ministry, Dr. Breese wrote several books, including "Seven Men Who Rule the World from the Grave, Satan s Ten Most Believable Lies, Living for Eternity," and "His Infernal Majesty.""
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Seven Men Who Rule the World from the Grave Jul 2, 2006
A must read for students of history, religion, etc. Breese does an excellent job of discussing each of these men and their lives. Each of my children will read this book when they get into high school.
EVERY ONE SHOULD READ THIS-- STATEGEMS OF THE DECEIVER EXPOSED Jun 17, 2006
Everyone who is looking for truth should read "Seven Men Who Rule the World from the Grave". Darwin, Marx, Freud, Kirkengaard, Wellhausen, Keyes, Dewey, and Einstein (in spite of his vociferous protests) all have had a profound impact on the worldview held by most in modernity and the resultant cultural decline in Western Culture. Dave Breese details these seven seminal thinkers and the effects of Each of these seven men's works (and also Einstein (theory of relativity as applied to values/morals, aka moral relativism) as an eighth uncooperative accomp.) which have been used by Satan to lead people away from TRUTH and away from a Christian worldview which integrates Reason and Faith to a Postmodernistic Secular Humanistic Morally relativistic worldview which denies absolute truth and substitutes lies to deceive mankind where Man is "God". Other books by Dave Nobel follow up this book. Also to see how public education in America has been a willing eager participant in the promulgation of these men's anti-Christian ideas and vain imaginations where ultimately Man sees himself as God and therefore has no need to seek God read "Public Education Against America: The Hidden Agenda". For material dealing with Neo-Darwinism: "Darwin's Black Box", "Evolution: A Theory in Crisis", "Darwin on Trial" (1993 edition with Epilogue addition), and "The Icons of Evolution". And a must read, "Total Truth" by Nancy Pearcy is a good book to follow up with after reading "Seven Men Who Rule the World From the Grave" Good Success in your search for TRUTH.
Food for Thought Dec 20, 2005
This book does a good job of challenging the status quo, post-modern fairy tale of science slaying God. It points out in a fair bit of detail how 19th century science overstepped its empirical bounds and strode firmly into the propagation of *faith* in the ever-upward promise of scientific "progress". There can be no denying the increase in knowledge on the physical plane of existence. However, as Breese points out, that ammassed physical knowledge does not qualify the same theoreticians to perform large-scale philosophical experimentation under the guise of "science". In each case the book does a good job of reviewing the effects of the law of unintended consquences and the consistent, *qualitative* price payed by society for "progress". Ultimately, faith (in God) has been replaced with... faith (in man).
Wonderful Book! Sep 6, 2005
I have read this book over and over again for several years now, I don't even remember how I became acquainted with it, I just know I wouldn't be without it. If you are open minded, if you want to learn the reasons why things are the way they are these days in politics, in education, in finance, in your life et al, this is the book for you. What this book doesn't explain about these several momentous subjects cannot be found in the Harvard Library.
OK Jul 18, 2003
This book introduces seven men who are having a tremendous impact on our society. This impact was done not by force, or by money, but through pursuasion. The author writes, "Any ruler, no mater how numerous his weapons or great his wealth, must finally rule by other means. He must rule by persuasion, the ultimate weapon though which influence on a culture is produced and sustained."
The author is an evangelical Christian, and his worldview obviously taints his interpretation of these seven men. Ultimately, he holds these men and their ideas against the Word of God. This contrast is helpful in seeing the problems in many of these individual's philosophy.
Of the seven individuals, Soren Keirkegaard was the most interesting. This book didn't give me a real good explanation of Soren, but it caused me to want to learn more.
I would recommend this book to anyone interested in a Christian viewpoint of some of the world's most influential philosophers. The book doesn't really go into any kind of depth on any of the men, but serves as a good introduction I suppose. If nothing else, the book is interesting and it stimulated interest in me to learn more about the subject.