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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 6 days ago

Would you go to war for your faith?

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  • 5 days ago

     Voluntarily no i wouldnt but we had little choice::: That simple

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  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    The fact that God himself waged war against the Egyptians shows that he is not against all warfare. On other occasions, he authorized his people Israel to wage war. For example, he commanded them to wage war against the Canaanites, who were exceedingly wicked. (Deuteronomy 9:5; 20:17, 18) He directed Israel’s King David to war against the oppressive Philistines. God even provided David with a battle strategy that ensured victory.—2 Samuel 5:17-25.

    Those Bible accounts reveal that when certain forms of wickedness and oppression threatened the Israelites, God authorized warfare for the protection of his people and the preservation of true worship. But note the following three key points about such God-ordained warfare.

    1. GOD ALONE DETERMINED WHO WOULD ENGAGE IN WARFARE.

    2. GOD ALONE DETERMINED WHEN SUCH WARFARE WOULD TAKE PLACE.

    3. GOD TAKES NO PLEASURE IN THE DEATH OF HUMANS, INCLUDING THE WICKED.

    From the foregoing we see that in the ancient past, God viewed warfare as a legitimate means of bringing an end to various forms of oppression and wickedness. But it was God—not humans—who rightfully determined when such warfare was to take place and who was to be involved.

    The Bible reveals that the resurrected Lord Jesus Christ, with ‘all authority in heaven and on earth’ granted to him by his Father, will engage in a warfare that will destroy all of God’s enemies and establish everlasting peace, as his title “Prince of Peace” implies.—Mt 28:18; 2Th 1:7-10; Isa 9:6.

    While the Christian does not engage in a physical war against blood and flesh (Eph 6:12), he is engaged in warfare nonetheless, a spiritual fight. The apostle Paul describes the war waged within the Christian between “sin’s law” and “God’s law,” or ‘the law of the mind’ (the Christian mind in harmony with God).—Ro 7:15-25.

    This warfare of the Christian is an agonizing one, requiring the exertion of every effort for a person to come off winner. But he can be confident of victory through the undeserved kindness of God through Christ and the help of God’s spirit. (Ro 8:35-39) Jesus said of this fight: “Exert yourselves vigorously to get in through the narrow door” (Lu 13:24), and the apostle Peter counseled: “Keep abstaining from fleshly desires, which are the very ones that carry on a conflict [or, “are doing military service” (stra·teuʹon·tai)] against the soul.”—1Pe 2:11, Int; compare Jas 4:1, 2.

  • 5 days ago

    no i would not.hell no.

  • Jake
    Lv 4
    6 days ago

    As Our Lady of Fatima has told us, war is a punishment sent by God for sin.  Only the Catholic Church has the fullness of truth.

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  • Anonymous
    6 days ago

    No need to. Christ looks after his bride the church.

    The crusades were catholic not Christian. No resemblance.

    Revelation 13:10 KJV — He that leadeth into captivity shall go into captivity: he that killeth with the sword must be killed with the sword. Here is the patience and the faith of the saints.

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