Thinking About War / The Peace of Jerusalem


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Thinking About War – No one likes the idea of war, except perhaps the truly evil. Post-modern man has a very hard time with the idea of evil. But there are evil men in the world—more of them than you can possibly imagine—who must be opposed, lest they immerse us all in their evil. How can thinking about war help us understand evil? Is war always wrong? Is preemptive war wrong? When should innocent blood be avenged, and who is responsible for that vengeance? This eye-opening message is one you don’t want to miss!

The Peace of Jerusalem – Peace talks between the Palestinians and the Israelis have failed, time and again. Because of pressure from various sources, peace talks that last late into the night fail, yet the Palestinians view failed peace talks as a triumph of their will. Did you know that when Israel took Jerusalem during the 1967 Six Day War, it belonged to Jordan, not to the Palestinians? How then do the Palestinians speak of regaining it? Declaration of a Palestinian state is a first step toward achieving their goal. What does that say for future peace in Jerusalem? Will it come? If so, when?