We are proud to publish and offer this incredible book, unavailable anywhere else in America, On the Jews and Their Lies, by Christian hero, Martin Luther
“They incessantly blaspheme our Lord Jesus Christ; they call our blessed Virgin Mary a harlot and her Son, a bastard... If they could kill us all they would gladly do so...”
Martin Luther On the Jews and Their Lies (1543)
In November of 1483, Martin Luther was born in what is now Germany. Convinced of his sins as a young man and being born again in spirit and in truth, Luther was given a commission by God. Following Jesus’ example, he was “to preach deliverance to the captives.” Martin Luther’s burden was “to set at liberty them that are bruised.” Until the moment of his death, February 15, 1546, at age 62, Martin Luther agonized over this burden. It can be truly said that the German-born monk, priest, theologian and doctor of the Bible did, indeed, set free hundreds of millions of people captive to the hellish doctrine of the corrupt Roman Catholic Church. He was also the champion of the poor and downtrodden, and he set at liberty and gave hope to multitudes that were bruised and brokenhearted. With no fortune of his own, but armed with the truth, the courageous priest defied the Vatican, put himself in opposition against even the Holy Roman Emperor, and set the entire Christian world on a righteous path of reformation.
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Luther’s Christian Beliefs
In a brave assertion that men were to follow and directly obey God and conscience, Martin Luther broke from the Vatican and the hierarchy of the Catholic Church, stating, Here I stand. Luther knew that his life was in jeopardy. The Church was powerful. The Pope excommunicated him, and Luther was forced to hide from the authorities for a time. But his battles against indulgences (paying for absolution from sin for oneself or for others), and against the vice-ridden hierarchy of bishops and cardinals, won the hearts not only of princes throughout Europe but of the common people as well. Luther became the most famous author in the world. This month we are proud to offer one of his most famous and great books, On the Jews and Their Lies. You will find it nowhere else. There is a small booklet available on Amazon, but the Jews have successfully banned this heroic Christian’s book—Until Now! We publish it with pride, certain in the fact that you, our friends, deserve to know what Martin Luther had to say on this vital subject. You will discover that this book is phenomenal. Not only is it an accurate analysis of the Jewish religion, On the Jews and Their Lies also strongly defends the Christian faith. In it you will find hundreds of Bible verses which totally crush and expose the lies of the Jews. Luther was a strong believer in the sufficiency of Jesus Christ for salvation. He wrote:
“The first chief article is this: Jesus Christ, our God and Lord, died for our sins and was raised again... He alone is the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.” (John 1:29)
Luther Reaches Out to Jews
As a young man, Luther befriended Jews and invited rabbis into his home. He believed that every person, Jew or Gentile, needs the grace and love of Jesus Christ who, alone, can heal them of their sins and give them eternal salvation. He taught that kindness toward the Jews might win them to Christ. Luther even wrote a manuscript, That Jesus Christ Was Born a Jew, advising Christians to be kind and loving toward Jews.
Luther in his study at home.
Luther Discovers the Awful Truth About the Jews
However, as the years went by, Luther became more knowledgeable about the true teachings of the Jews, teachings they had hidden from the Gentiles and from him. He was aghast to discover that the compassion and love he held toward the Jews was not returned. In fact, he discovered that Judaism was rife with hatred toward Jesus and Christians. Luther was encouraged by a wise Jew who had converted to Christianity to read and study carefully the Babylonian Talmud. When he did so, he was horrified to learn what was in this awful, man-made text that is the most holy book of the Judaic religion. This was what the rabbis actually were teaching to their people. The Talmud (formally, the Babylonian Talmud), Luther realized, cut like a dagger into the heart of Christianity. It claimed that Jesus did his miracles through sexual magic, that he was a blasphemer. Luther also read how the Jews taught that Jesus is in hell, suffering the burning fires of unholy excrement and being boiled in human semen. The Talmud brags that the rabbis rightly condemned Jesus to death for his crimes. It also speaks terrible lies and words against Jesus’ human mother, Mary, accusing her of being a prostitute who had many partners, including Roman soldiers and a blacksmith. The Talmud even accuses her of bestiality. The Talmud encourages Jews to cheat and deceive Christians in legal matters, including advice to lie in court and to steal, bribe, and rob the Christians.
“Raving, Frantic, and Foolish Nonsense”
Luther saw that the Talmud was one of, if not the most, wicked and depraved books in all the world. Full of human pride and boasting, the Talmud was, he concluded, full of “raving, frantic and foolish nonsense.” Seeing that Jesus was wrongly accused and condemned by the Jews, Martin Luther became convinced that Christians had been deceived by these wolves in sheep’s clothing and they were at great risk. The Talmud’s future prescription for Gentiles, Luther understood, was that they were universally to be murdered. Only those who agreed to be slaves of the superior Jews would be spared.
The Awakening of Martin Luther
Luther was no longer sympathetic with the Jews. How could he be? He was dismayed, knowing of their deceit and dishonesty. “We do not curse them,” he wrote, “but wish them all manner of bodily and spiritual good; (We) permit them to lodge with us.” Having also become aware of the terrible past deeds of the Jews, Luther wrote, “We do not steal and mutilate their children; do not poison their water, do not thirst after their blood...” No matter how much kindness was tendered these people, Luther concluded, they continue to torment and bring misfortune to Christians.
What to Do About the Jews and Their Religion
So, Luther determined that he would warn the Christian Church concerning Judaism and the Jews. He would reveal what the rabbis actually taught and explain how devilish were their rituals and doctrines. One of the results was the powerful book we have published, On the Jews and Their Lies. Far from being anti- Semitic, it is full of truth and facts. Luther in these pages recommends that Jews not be permitted to blaspheme Jesus, and to plot against Christians, and lie about Christianity. He writes that we “should not curse them or harm their persons,” but we must expose their evil. The Talmud warns the Jew that it is not lawful to teach a Gentile of its contents, under penalty of death. Why is this so? Obviously, the rabbis know that Gentiles will be shocked and dismayed over discovering how terrible are the Talmud’s laws and rules, and how very much it calls for the Jews to lord it over the Gentiles, to hate and despise them, and to deceive and cheat them in all aspects of society. Luther was aware of the Jewish practice of spitting and of curses made against Jesus and Christians each Saturday at their synagogue. He wrote:
“Whenever you see or think about a Jew, say to yourself as follows, Behold, the mouth that I see there has every Saturday cursed, execrated, and spit upon my dear Lord, Jesus Christ, who has redeemed me with His precious blood; and also prayed and cursed before God that I, my wife and children, and all Christians should be stabbed and perish in the most miserable manner—and would like to do so himself if he could, that he might come into possession of our goods... Should I eat, drink with, or speak to such a devilish mouth?... I would partake of all Devils who live in that Jew, and would spit upon the precious blood of Christ—God keep me from doing so.”
Statue of Luther at St. Mary’s Church in Berlin, Germany.
Luther was upset that Christians—even Pastors—were ignorant of the true teachings and intentions of the Jews toward Jesus and Christians. Even today, in the 21st century, Christians know nothing of the Talmud or of the Cabala, yet another collection of Jewish holy writings full of sorcery and black magic. That Martin Luther had a burden for the souls of Jews and for Christians who were susceptible to the lies of the Satanic Judaic religion cannot be denied. Jesus and His disciples had a similar burden. They warned often, as recorded in the New Testament, of the evil works of the Jews and of how the Jews plotted to destroy Christianity and polluted the truth.
Luther A Beacon of Light
In today’s ecumenical world in which every religion is considered good and wholesome, and in which many Christian Pastors approve—or at least peacefully coexist with—the most abominable of doctrines, Martin Luther stands out for his courage and plainspoken words. He is a beacon of light in an otherwise dark world. Repeatedly, Martin Luther passionately warned of the blasphemies of Judaism. In his final sermon, delivered just prior to his death, Luther stated:
“You, Milords and men of authority, should not tolerate but expel them. They are our public enemies and incessantly blaspheme our Lord Jesus Christ; they call our blessed Virgin Mary a harlot and Her Son, a bastard... If they could kill us all, they would gladly do so; in fact many of them murder Christians, especially those (Jews) professing to be surgeons and doctors. They know how to deal with medicaments in the manner of the Italians—the Borgias and Medicis—who gave people poisons which brought about their deaths in one hour or a month... As a good patriot, I wanted to give you this warning for the very last time...”
How a modern-day Pastor or layman of this Lutheran Church could neglect these sincere words is, to me, inexplicable. It is proof of how deeply entrenched are the Jews in our society and how well hidden and kept secret are their abominable doctrines and intentions. With this said, I am pleased to present to you this book, On the Jews and Their Lies. May our Lord and Saviour give your heart a burden and passion to pass these words and this book on to many others.