Rev. William Hull, a nondenominational Protestant minister from Canada who runs a mission in Israel, says that he has been meeting with condemned Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann since April 11. Hull describes Eichmann as "the hardest man I ever saw."
Adolf Eichmann had at first refused any spiritual guidance or counseling from anyone, but now has a Bible and is meeting with Hull on "spiritual matters in relation to his soul and future judgment."
According to Hull:
"I was interested in presenting the gospel to him because Jesus died for his soul as much as for mine."
Eichmann's father was an Evangelical Protestant minister in Germany and while Eichmann left the church, he said during his trial in Israel that he never gave up believing in God.