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Does God support using violence to defend the Law of God?

Read the Book of Joshua.  God commands violence and use of war to advance the Kingdom of God on earth.

Every believer in the Book of Joshua was commanded to kill in the name of God.  This is who God is.  God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

Read the Book of Genesis.  War of Armageddon involves violence and killing to advance the Kingdom of God on earth.

The New Testament and the Old Testament take the same position on using violence and war to advance the Kingdom of God on earth.

The Holy Bible encourages the use of violence to advance the true religion, and 2,000 years of Christianity clearly show that Christians faithful to the Holy Bible followed this path of use of violence and war to defend Christianity and to advance Christianity.

God often uses violence and warfare to advance the Gospel on earth, and this is fundamentally in agreement with the essential character of God as shown in the Holy Bible.

God does not embrace peace and harmony in the Holy Bible, and that is why God’s primary name is LORD of Armies (“Yahweh Zabaoth”).

God expects every Christian soldier to use their special set of military, tactical, intelligence, strategic, special skills to advance the Gospel on earth.

It is absolutely necessary for all true Christians to submit to the Will of God, including use of violence to advance the Kingdom of God on earth, as the Holy Bible emphasizes.

Every Christian must question what Jesus Christ wants from them.

It is to follow the Holy Bible as the primary guide for life and morality.

The New Testament emphasizes that all Christians are Soldiers of Christ who must fight the good fight until the victory is secure.

Would God condemn coup-de-tat that brings about regime change in order to overturn gay marriage laws of a nation?

Soldiers of nations are duty-bound, first and foremost, to God and the Holy Bible.

This means that the Law of God trumps any Oath of Allegiance, national constitution, loyalties, military code, direct order from the commanding officer, secret ops, national security directive, or any laws, military or civilian.

Both the New Testament and the Old Testament fanatically condemns homosexuality.

In the New Testament, St. Paul, who lived in a nation that was aggressively tolerant of homosexuality, was emphatically against homosexuality and preached against homosexuality.  Many of the Christian disciples were killed by the Roman democracy by official, due process of law, because they were charged with hate crimes for opposing homosexuality and other religions.

Unfortunately, the United States Supreme Court crossed the red line, when it made the decision to force/coerce all American citizens to submit to pro-homosexuality laws.

Thus, the United States government should expect that there are efforts for regime change among military personnel, the secret service, CIA agents, FBI agents, Homeland Security Agents, and ordinary US citizens.

The majority of Americans are Christians, and we have a current situation in which a very small minority is forcing their will and morality on the majority of Americans who submit to Christ and the Holy Bible.

Thus, it should be expected that there will be coup-de-tat attempts in the coming years.

Right now, everyone is waiting for the 2016 election.  Many people are willing to give that a chance in the hopes that gay marriage laws will be overturned by peaceful means.

But after 2016, if gay marriage laws are not overturned, the United States government should expect coup-de-tat attempts to bring about regime change.

The majority of Americans do not want a pro-gay America.  So, this is just expected.  Simple logic.