The history of Christianity clearly shows that violence and warfare are absolutely necessary to protect Christianity and to advance the true Religion on earth.
Book of Joshua clearly shows that God not only supports but also orders violence to advance Kingdom of God on earth.
Book of Revelations clearly emphasize that God embraces violence and aggressive religious warfare to advance Kingdom of God on earth.
Violence is an absolutely necessary part of Christianity as established by the Holy Bible.
The Bible is the Word of God. Every true believer must submit to the Holy Bible and its call for spiritual warfare.
God does not hate violence or want Christians to abandon violence. The Holy Bible clearly emphasizes the important role of violence and warface in defending Christianity from its enemies and advancing true religion on earth.
To deny God His triumphant and violent victory against enemies of Christianity is to deny God His fundamental identity as God who revealed Himself in the Holy Bible.
The United States of America became a nation because Americans refused to tolerate the tyranny of the power that was governing them, which at that time was the British Empire. Thus, Americans risked their own lives and the lives of their children to take up weapons against the governing powers in order to free themselves of tyranny of the power and “the laws of the land” that were governing them at the time.
On this Memorial Day, we Americans remember the Patriots who fought against the central governing powers at the time of the American Revolution, when all Americans were under British governing authorities and “the laws of the land” of the British Empire.
America became a nation because the people of America refused to allow their government to make laws of the land that oppress them. Americans during the Revolutionary War knew that fighting a war in order to oppose and to overthrow government oppression and tyranny was the right thing to do. Power belongs to the people of the land, and not to a few holding a paper document, which is manipulated to oppress the people of the land.
On Memorial Day, we remember the bravery of American soldiers who died to protect the values of the American people.
It is important for all US soldiers to know that America was founded on Christian values and on the moral values of the Holy Bible.
It is important for US soldiers to swear loyalty to the Holy Bible. Only God can protect you in the battlefield, and God knows your heart, whether you are loyal and faithful to the Holy Bible or not.
US soldiers are not risking their lives in order to fight for tyranny that wants to take the Holy Bible out of every aspect of American lives, when the Holy Bible is the most important thing for the majority of Americans. US soldiers are not risking death on the battlefield so that tyranny can force pro-gay education on their children in public elementary schools in order to make their sons into homosexuals and their daughters into lesbians.
When tyranny manipulates the US Constitution to oppress Christians in the United States of America or arrest Christians for opposing homosexuality, then US soldiers must choose to stand with God and the Holy Bible. When it comes to choosing between the US Constitution and the Holy Bible, every US soldier must choose the Holy Bible.
Holy Bible gives you eternal life, so you must side with the Holy Bible. The US Constitution can NEVER give you eternal life.
Tyranny against Christianity and Christian values and manipulating the US Constitution to arrest Christians who oppose homosexuality in society certainly release all US soldiers from their oath of fealty (allegiance) to the US Constitution.
All US soldiers must swear loyalty to the Holy Bible and stand with the Holy Bible, if government tyranny ever chooses to manipulate the US Constitution against Christians in the United States of America and arrest anti-homosexual Christians and Christian pastors. The Holy Bible is the Truth and the Eternal Word of God!
Movies sometimes show characters using Bible passages in justifying violence. Is violence ever justified?
There were people living in Jericho. But according to the Bible, God led the Israelites to destroy Jericho (and kill everyone in the city, except for the prostitute who helped them spy on the city), so that the Israelites could (un)rightfully take what did not belong to them and live there.
God commanded Israelites to trespass on other people’s property, murder the legitimate title (deed) owners of the land, and live in their place.
Is this not violence?
But God does command violence. This is evident from Genesis to the Book of Revelations in the New Testament.
Christian history is filled with violence inflicted to advance the Gospel or defend Bible morality.
In essence, violence is a very important part of Christianity. Both the Bible and history prove this to be an absolute truth.