Find me in the New Testament where Christ…

Find me in the New Testament where Christ…
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100 years ago, WW1 ended. Let us remember our Pentecostal ancestors who refused to contribute to the madness.

“Find me in the New Testament where Christ ever sent His followers on such a mission? On the contrary He sent them out to save men—not to butcher them like cattle.” – Arthur Sidney Booth-Clibborn, early Pentecostal leader.

17 Comments

  • Reply November 19, 2018

    Guest;

    Sadly this changed because of the horrors of WWII. And Pentecostal have lost their more pacifist stance.

  • Troy Day
    Reply October 8, 2019

    Troy Day

    no one can still? Isara Mo Robert Erwine Daniel J Hesse

  • Daniel J Hesse
    Reply October 8, 2019

    Daniel J Hesse

    A Just War? We were pacifists too!

  • Robert Erwine
    Reply October 8, 2019

    Robert Erwine

    there are two answers : its either Jesus or violence . take your pick

  • Jerome Herrick Weymouth
    Reply October 8, 2019

    Jerome Herrick Weymouth

    Yawl forgot Srt. York, who was a pentecostal believer and a Congressinal Medal of Honor winner!

    • Troy Day
      Reply October 9, 2019

      Troy Day

      you know many of us are vets here right?

  • Jerome Herrick Weymouth
    Reply October 8, 2019

    Jerome Herrick Weymouth

    I will go and fight for my nstion and let all you pacifits sissie suck on your pacciffers!!

    • Troy Day
      Reply October 9, 2019

      Troy Day

      from the NT pls – with 1-2 verses

  • Robert Erwine
    Reply October 9, 2019

    Robert Erwine

    ” billy don’t be a hero “

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