Ethics & War
A Christian's Perspective on Killing
What is it like to kill the enemy? As a Christian, what should be my response?
- Christian Perspective on War
- Christians in Combat
May we boldly encourage the lifestyle our mottos, creeds, and principles promote--in order that we may not be put to shame.
Fervent Desire for Peace
Man forms instruments for war. God changes them into tools of peace.
- Letter to My Sergeant
- May A Christian Serve in the Military?
- Mortal Enemies
Soldier and Christian
Your duties as a soldier are consistent with the highest Christian values.
The 10th Anniversary Question of 9/11
The eternal question, whether in war, sickness or the next 9/11--am I ready?
The Jungles of War
How well do you reflect the gospel in the pain-filled eyes of a frightened seven-year-old girl whose grandparents you just helped kill?
The Religious Rights of Those in Uniform
As both a member of the U.S. Armed Forces and a Christian, have you ever wondered, "just what exactly are my rights to freely express my faith in Jesus Christ-even while in uniform?"
- Therefore We Will Not Fear
Tom Felts Was My Friend
Colonel Tom Felts died in the service of his country in Iraq on November 14, 2006, due to an improvised explosive device. To the very end Tom lived a sacrificial life.