Podcast: The Early Christian Attitude to War

This is the seventh installment of the Christianity and War Audiobook Podcast, presented by LibertarianChristians.com. I am particularly excited about today’s recording of “The Early Christian Attitude to War.” Vance covers the book of the same name by Cadoux, written in the first half of the 20th century. Cadoux answers many of the same questions I frequently hear when talking with other Christians about war. You are guaranteed to learn something new in this work.

I’d like to remind everyone to keep sharing these podcasts with your friends and family, especially via social media networks like Facebook, Digg, StumbleUpon, and Twitter. Let everybody know that there are Christians out there who oppose war! Also, iTunes users, please make sure to rate and review the LCC podcast in the iTunes store. Thanks!

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