Podcast: Vicesimus Knox, Minister of Peace

This is the sixth installment of the Christianity and War Audiobook Podcast, presented by LibertarianChristians.com. Today’s reading is the essay entitled “Vicesimus Knox, Minister of Peace.” It dawned on me as I was recording this essay that this section of the book (Chapter 1: Christianity and War) takes up the greatest portion of the book, mainly because a number of the essays are pretty long. Since you don’t have to read them in any particular order, I decided that I will do a few of the essays out of the book order in order to group some of the shorter ones together. For now, though, enjoy hearing about this great man of the pulpit, Vicesimus Knox.

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