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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2009|
Series: Current Issues Bible Studies
Making sense of how Christians differ on military intervention.
We may feel that God is on our side in supporting U.S. military action in Iraq, but that view is difficult if not impossible to substantiate from the Bible. If that s so, why did so may Christians support the war effort? On what did they base their beliefs? In this study, we ll explore five possible responses to war and some biblical texts that seem to support two opposite conclusions. How should we react to military intervention?
Table of Contents
SCRIPTURE: Isaiah 10:1 11; Romans 13:1 5; Matthew 24:4 8; John 14:27, 16:33; Revelation 6
Identify the Current Issue
Discover the Eternal Principles
--Teaching point one: Christians have always differed in their approach to war.
--Teaching point two: The changing nature of war may be changing the rationale for waging war.
--Teaching point three: We must work for peace in this world; however, war is inevitable.
Apply Your Findings
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