Books about Bruno Gröning
Introduction of a small selection from the Grete Häusler Publishing House
Bruno Gröning - A Revolution in Medicine
Rehabilitation of a man who was misunderstood. A medical documentation about healing on the spiritual path.
Dr. med. M. Kamp
In the fifties, the healings that occurred through Bruno Gröning kindled the feelings of millions. He died in 1959, but even today his words, “There is nothing incurable, God is the greatest physician”, are still proving their validity through medically documented healings. At the present time, thousands of people continue to experience help and healing through his teaching. The author - a medical doctor by profession - has personally verified many healings. Through many years of research into the effect of Bruno Groening’s work, he has come to recognize in it a “Revolution in Medicine”.
“Only the Truth Endures”
Bruno Gröning and his Circle of Friends. References from back then and today
Thomas Eich (Editor)
This writing is meant as a reference book, a collection of writings from those who wrote positive articles, books, and editorials about Bruno Groening, as well as those individuals around the world who voiced testimony to theworking of Bruno Gröning and honored him. The collection is rounded off with letters of petition written to Bruno Gröning from doctors in the year 1949, as well as healing reports from back then and the opinions of doctors today and current success reports.
The Work of Bruno Gröning
during his Lifetime and Today
This extensive book about Bruno Groening’s work covers the events around him - his life, his teaching, and the controversies around his person. It also deals with what is happening today: the organization and structure of the Bruno Gröning Circle of Friends, the meaning and purpose of the communities, and the success reports.
Bruno Groening: “I Live so that Mankind Will Continue to Live”
Grete Häusler / Thomas Eich
This short biography of Bruno Gröning illustrates the most memorable stages of his life: the mass onslaught of the sick in 1949, the unbelievable healings, but also the obstacles and adversarial forces, the money makers who plagued him, and the healing ban that dogged him. The reader is shown what Bruno Gröning took upon himself to make the path to God free for all humankind, and to make it possible for suffering human beings to go on living.