Spurgeon on War

“I wish that Christian men would insist more and more on the unrighteousness of war, believing that Christianity means no sword, no cannon, no bloodshed, and that, if a nation is driven to fight in its own defence, Christianity stands by to weep and to intervene as soon as possible, and not to join in the cruel shouts which celebrate an enemy’s slaughter.”

— Charles Spurgeon, An All-Round Ministry, Chapter 5: “A New Departure”



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4 responses to “Spurgeon on War

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