Christians and War
My Journey from Marine To
10 year Veteran-- "One of the best books I've read on pacifism."
This book is valuable. It was written by a former Marine which sounds strange considering its subject. But as a former Marine myself I firmly believe that those of us who have been to war are quick to reject it. This book answered many questions about the peace of God and the Old Testament. It was very helpful to me in that area.
–D. Morris’ Review on Amazon Kindle.
Like you, I am a former U.S. Marine who became a pacifist. I came to evangelical faith in Christ while serving in the Marine Corps in 1978.--
Rev. Joseph L. Cumming
Pastor, International Church at Yale
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This book couldn't be more timely . . . I have read enough to want to read it all.--Harold E. Hughes, Former Senator
This is a great effort. It is an important tract which should be used in New Call to Peacemaking.--T. Canby Jones, Chairman, Dept. of Religion, Wilmington College
Original Back Cover Comments
Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the LORD of hosts. --Zehariah 4:6
To Christians tempted by the glamour of the parade and the worship of the world's leaders, Michael Snow dares to cry, “The Emperor has no clothes!” In a book that disturbs rather than comforts, he shares his journey toward Christian obedience and faces the reader with questions and challenges which are in themselves acts of Christian Discipleship.