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“What does God think about me killing all these people?”
This one question haunted SSG Stephen Conway, from hell-on-earth in Ramadi, Iraq back to his home that became a battlefield.
Brave Rifles takes you there, puts the gun in your hand, your finger on the trigger, then walks you through the Sacred Scriptures to apply the healing salve of God’s word to those stricken by the horrors of war.
Bradford Smith’s third work, Brave Rifles: The Theology of War, handles this issue and more, exploring questions of eternal significance.
Now, how would you answer these questions?
What does God think about war?
Should a Christian fight?
What about Jesus? The Ten Commandments?
What about atrocities in Combat?
Podcast Devotional with Dad - Episode 2 Welcome to our first podcast. This is a project me and my son Jaymes are doing. We will be a recording 30 days of Devotionals from THE ACTION BIBLE. If you haven't seen it before, this kid's Bible is really cool. It is...
There are nearly half a million children in foster care in the US
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Forgive the hyperbole.I’m sorry...but not.Initially, the news of Notre Dame’s burning generated little more than mild ambivalence for me. I love history and I love old buildings, not to mention the sheer loss of property, the damage in dollars, well francs anyway....
I had a conversation with a man the other day. This man faithfully attends church every Sunday and has for decades. He participates. He plays in the worship band. He attends Sunday school.This man could not articulate the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.“I try to do...
Say it.You can’t, can you?Maybe you’re a racist and have no problem saying it. I cannot hardly type it. I definitely cannot say it. I stood alone before my desk and made myself try to say it. Is there an uglier word than the N-word?Perhaps the C-word, but even that...
I’ve got a lot to do.I have much to accomplish, many places to go, lots of business to conduct.I really don’t have much time for distractions.Kids? We have daycare.Old people? Well, you know.Our nation worships youth.Our nation worships beauty, well, youthful...
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