How should "followers of the slain Lamb" live? Nonresistant disciples who choose love over violence must still be soldiers of Christ, with a theolgoy of martyrdom. Dean Taylor shares from his personal journey as a one-time US army soldier.
Should Christians go to war? Does Jesus, or should His disciples, fly the stealth bomber? They do, but not as you might expect them to. . . .
When the big, bad, and nasty happens in society around him, how does the Christian respond? What is the Gospel standard that helps him know how to deal with political unrest? He operates under a Royal Law that will define his actions and reactions, helping to prepare others for a Better World.
This sounds like it will be hard to do! Do you suppose it would be easier….if we knew that we possessed something of incomparable value that no one can spoil? …if we believed that we have a personal and powerful Friend who will settle all scores fairly someday?
In an era of politically active churches and religious organizations, Christians need to ask the question: “are church and state truly compatible?” There are intrinsic, irreconcilable differences, including its purpose, structure and method of control.
Should Christians participate in voting, jury duty, military service or political office? Can a Christian’s primary identity be American? The citizens of the kingdom of heaven come from every nation, and that being the case, how can Christians go to war? These questions and more are answered here.