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Is there such a thing as a "Just War"? Can military conflict be thought of as advancing the Cause of Christ? Should Christians serve in the Armed Forces?...


Richard ArmitageFormer Whitehouse Deputy Secretary of State (and Christian), Richard Armitage, has described the "Coalition of the Willing" (including the armed forces of the USA, UK, and Australia) as doing the "Lord's work" in their military campaign in Iraq. But does God really sanction war? Is there really ever such a thing as a "Just War"?

I am presenting this as a Pacifist. I do not come from a military family. I do not agree with war. I have never seen "action". I have never served in the military. But, I am an amateur war historian, and I have throughout my pastoral career pastored soldiers, airmen, and naval personnel. I have publicly and consistently denounced our invasion in Iraq even before the Americans proposed it. Therefore, I stand open to the accusation of bias when it comes to the issue of "Just War" - but it is a declared bias that the reader should factor into their own opinion about this vital topic.

There never was a good war, or a bad peace.
Benjamin Franklin

The cost of warTHE COST OF WAR

War always comes at a cost. Usually this cost is borne by those directly engaged in the struggle: military personnel. But this is no longer the case. The ratio of military personnel to civilians has been hurtling toward a much higher civilian casualty rate. This is evidenced by the statistics from WW1 through to the most recent Gulf War 2.

1915 -18
1939 - 45
1950 - 53
1966 -1974
2003 -
70% (?)

There is no such thing as an inevitable war. If war comes it will be from failure of human wisdom.
Andrew B. Law

Nations have recently been led to borrow billions for war; no nation has ever borrowed largely for education. Probably, no nation is rich enough to pay for both war and civilization. We must make our choice; we cannot have both.
Abraham Flexner



The modern cost of warOf course, casualties are not the only cost of a military conflict. Some of the costs of war, which are hard to put a number to, include: residual landmines (left "live" in the ground even after a war and still killing and maiming today), orphans of those killed in a conflict, congenital birth defects resulting from toxic chemicals used as weapons of clearing agents (for example "agent orange"), and the increasingly diagnosed Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, are all costs of war which don't usually get reported in the most commonly cited statistics.



Lessons from military battlesThere many valuable life-lessons that can be learned and applied from military campaigns. In our DVD presentation, THE ANZAC SPIRIT, I show that the best of what it means to be Australian is graphically seen in the battles that Australians have been engaged in. There are of course negative examples that can be noted from military battles, such as excessive cruelty, torture, murder, betrayal, and sniping. But such positive qualities as courageous leadership, teamwork, self-sacrifice and bravery in the face of adversity are admirable traits that often shine in the dark tempest of military turmoil.



Purposes of military warfare People have their reasons for going to war. These reasons surely fall under the general headings of 'power' or 'defence'. Under the general category of 'power' we might include (i) territorial conquest, (ii) revenge, or (iii) pride. But history reveals that war often serves a more mysterious purpose.



and to overthrow the throne of kingdoms. I am about to destroy the strength of the kingdoms of the nations, and overthrow the chariots and their riders. And the horses and their riders shall go down, every one by the sword of his brother.
Haggai 2:22

The LORD is a man of war; the LORD is His name.
Exodus 15:3Divine purposes for military warfare

Scripture seems to indicate that God used military battles to evict, judge, vindicate, rescue, humble, and teach. It was Thomas Aquinas who argued in the Middle Ages that if wars are to be fought they should only be fought if they meet three criteria that makes them "just".

In order for a war to be just, three things are necessary. First, the authority of the Sovereign.... Secondly, a just cause.... Thirdly ... a rightful intention.
Thomas Aquinas

This is the origin of the 'just war' theory. But what might surprise people is that whenever God instructed war in the Old Covenant, it was always restricted to either defence, or an offensive limited to a specific time and place for a stated purpose. That is, Israel was not free to make war whenever it chose. Added to this, God gave some very stringent rules for how military conflict was to be carried out.



Rules of warfare in the BibleDeuteronomy 20 contains rules of warfare that include the protection of non-combatants, women, children, animals and even fruit trees.

“When you draw near to a city to fight against it, offer terms of peace to it...but the women and the little ones, the livestock, and everything else in the city, all its spoil, you shall take as plunder for yourselves. And you shall enjoy the spoil of your enemies, which the LORD your God has given you..."
Deuteronomy 20:10, 14



It is a myth that God or the Bible ever authorised “Holy War”. The term no where appears in Scripture.

The Bible does not teach HOLY WAR

Some Muslims claim that the Bible is same as the Qur'an when it comes to sanctioning violence. One Australian Federal politician who used Parliamentary Privilege to air these claims even said that the Bible authorises the ripping open of pregnant women. This politician went on in her speech to cite a violent story from the Bible where this apparently occurred to support her case. The main problem was, however, in using this violent war-crime story to back-up her position (that the Bible was just as violent as the Qur'an) she actually drew on a story from the Qur'an! No where does the Bible endorse such war crimes - in fact, it condemns them as "evil"!

Thus says the LORD:
“For three transgressions of the Ammonites,
and for four, I will not revoke the punishment,
because they have ripped open pregnant women in Gilead,
that they might enlarge their border.

Amos 1:13


You are created to worshipDespite the DaVinci Code book and movie promoting the idea that the Church conducts strategic assassinations in order to silence its enemies and advance its cause as somehow endorsed by the Bible, this is wrong. It does not. Christians are not authorised by God or the Bible to carry out executions in the name of God or the Church.

Some appeal to Dietrich Bonhoeffer as an example of a Christian Pacifist who adapted to his circumstances and embraced a "Just War" mentality when it became obvious that Adolf Hitler could not be stopped. He became a co-conspirator in the attempted assassination of Adolf Hitler early in the tyrant's career.



Christ never condemned anyone for their military service. And He had plenty of opportunity to if He wanted to make a point about the morality of military service.

Christ's language about swords was generally metaphorical. “Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I have not come to bring peace, but a sword." (Matt. 10:34) "Sword" in this reference speaks of pain caused by division, not a physical sword. The same idea is conveyed in Luke 2:35 where Mary the mother of Jesus is told that a 'sword' will pierce her heart.

Christ said His Kingdom was not of this world but if it was his followers would fight to defend it - John 18:36

Then Jesus said to him, “Put your sword back into its place. For all who take the sword will perish by the sword.
Matthew 26:52

He said to them, “But now let the one who has a moneybag take it, and likewise a knapsack. And let the one who has no sword sell his cloak and buy one." (Luke 22:36) This statement came from Christ during His Last Supper with His disciples. He was about to leave them. He had up until that point been their provider, their host, and their protector. His absence would highlight their lack of these things - hence His statement to them about needing other things to replace Him. This statement by Christ in Luke 22:36 is therefore metaphorical.



The New Testament teaches that the battles of the Old Testament were shadows or types of our real battles that we all face in obeying God.

Now these things took place as examples for us, that we might not desire evil as they did...Now these things happened to them as an example, but they were written down for our instruction, on whom the end of the ages has come.
(1Cor. 10:6-11)

The New Testament teaches that we are to live out our commitment to Christ and His cause as if we are in a constant state of war.

Share in suffering as a good soldier of Christ Jesus.
No soldier gets entangled in civilian pursuits, since his aim is to please the one who enlisted him.

2Tim. 2:3-4

For though we walk in the flesh, we are not waging war according to the flesh. For the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy strongholds.
2Cor. 10:3-4


for he is God’s servant for your good. But if you do wrong, be afraid, for he does not bear the sword in vain. For he is the servant of God, an avenger who carries out God’s wrath on the wrongdoer.
Romans 13:4


A distinction needs to be made between murder and killing on behalf of the State. Murder is the unlawful killing of another person. Death in military combat generally carries the authority of the State and is not as such categorised as murder.



The Medieval Crusades are often used against Christians to show that we have a shameful and violent past. They are cited as examples of the ugly side of Christianity and therefore such a blight upon Christianity that it has no moral right to criticise the violence of other religions.

But these "crusades" were contrary to the teaching of Christ and Scripture! The Crusaders had to violate Scripture to conduct their crusades. The argument that most wars in human history have been caused by religion is just not true. The twentieth century has been described as the bloodiest century ever. All the major atrocities of the twentieth century were carried out by atheists - Stalin, Hitler, Pol Pot, to name some of them.



The cause of Christ and His Church is not advanced militarily. Our greatest weapons are the Gospel, prayer, holy living, courageous leadership, faith, and argument. Not military warfare. In other words, Christianity is advanced by dual persuasion – (i) the persuasion that comes from the witness of a believer, and (ii) the persuasion that can (and must) only come from the Holy Spirit.

For those believers engaged in military forces, the Scriptures affirm the dignity of such a vocation and the acceptability of carrying out just war within the rules of engagement in the cause of the State.

And for those of us who long for world peace, the answer is rarely, if ever, war- but the kind of inner peace that only Christ can give to the world- one individual at a time.



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Why do some people believe? Every Christian has a story of conversion. For some Christians their story is a journey from atheism to belief in the God of the Bible because of the evidence. For others, like Abdu Murray, their conversion story from Islam to Christianity was based on the credibility of the Bible. Then for those like Sy Rogers, former homosexual and formerly a Gay Rights activist, his conversion to Christianity was based on the love and acceptance he experienced in a Christian community. Many people become Christians for reasons like these, but, by far, the most common reason, at least statisticaly, is some kind of Pentecostal encounter. [Read full article]

Heaven and Hell are commonly presented as either the benefit or the consequence of how a person responds to God. It's as if people think that the whole point of religion is to get people into Heaven and to keep them out of Hell. From this "religious" perspective, Heaven is Ultimate Bliss, Paradise, Perfect Beauty - while Hell is Fire, Eternal Punishment, Anguish, Torment, and The Devil's Domain.

In recent times there has come a lot of push-back regarding the very notion of Hell as it perceived by many. Among Christians who have rejected the classical view of Hell are several well-respected writers including...[read full article]

Where is human history going? Many people believe that the Bible has not only accurately predicted human history to this point, but that it predicts a coming 'Golden Age'. This possibly impending event is called: "The Millennium". But there are very devout Bible readers who think this kind of reading of Scripture is actually a gross misreading of the Bible, and that what the Bible really says about the future may surprise - and even shock people today.

The "Millennium" is the touchstone for how people label themselves when it comes to interpretting Bible prophecy. Depending on how they regard the Millennium, they will classify themselves either as, (i) Premillennial; (ii) Amillennial; or, (iii) Post-Millennial. Within these Millennial categories there are people who take a "fundamentalist" view, generally known as "Dispensationalists" and there are others who take a "Reformed" view, generally known as "Historicists", or the position I will argue for- "Preterist"... [read the full article]

The problem with approaching a particular text of the Bible with a preconceived notion of what it means is that it can hinder us from appreciating its actual meaning. I think this might be the case with the Second Peter 3:12 text...
Are we already in the New Jerusalem as Full-Preterists claim? [read]
Much damage to the credibility of the Bible has nearly been done by those who twist the contents of the Book of Revelation to force it to sound like it refers to the events of our present day. Time and time again, so called Bible-Prophecy teachers have been left with egg on their faces as their ridiculous speculations have proved to be completely wrong. Our Administrator forwarded onto me a copy of an email we were sent claiming that our understanding of the Book of Revelation was wrong and that we would be humiliated by the Lord when the Rapture took place on October 17th 2009. [Read]
About Baptismal Formulas in the New Testament I remember in my youth about hearing of a group of Pentecostals who made this the touch-stone of whether someone was baptised correctly or not. Today there are "Jesus-Only" groups who insist that what appears to be a Trinitarian formula is actually code for "Lord (The Father) Jesus (The Son) Christ (The Holy Spirit)", which is why, they appeal, the Trinitarian version is no where used in the Book of Acts. [read]

If you were downtown and looked across the street over the parked cars and saw someone you knew rushing intently to push a little old lady over, what would you think of that person? Would your opinion of this person change if you later discovered that the cars you were looking over obscured your view of this person actually pushing this little old lady out of the way of a speeding sports car which was hurtling towards her and about to hit her? Sometimes, a bigger picture changes the entire picture!

This is what reading the Book of Revelation is like for some people. They have their understanding of the Book of Revelation obscured by their lack of understanding about history, Biblical language, and even modern opinions [read]...

The Book of Esther is controversial Biblical book. Why is it in the Bible? There is not even a direct mention of "God" in it. This has led some to question whether it even belongs in the Bible. But what these critics have missed is one of the most profound messages from God in all of Scripture. [Read]


- Why Marriage Is Between A Man and a Woman-
Arguing against same-gender couple “marriage” feels like arguing against square-circles. Yet this is what we are being asked to do. This can be done in three ways. Firstly, we can reiterate why marriage is between a man and a woman. This is like being asked to defend the roundness of circles. Secondly, we can argue from nature that marriage is naturally between a man and a woman. This is like arguing that round things are circular. Thirdly, we can argue that two people of the same gender cannot ever be considered “married”. This is like arguing that even though a square claims to be a circle its claims are hampered because it has four sides. [Read full article]
In age of scientific enlightenment, does the Bible story of Creation have any credibility? After all, it is now claimed that, science has explained nearly all of the mysteries of life from a naturalistic point of view by showing how life began, how life evolved and how the universe came into existence...[more]
The Bible is uniquely prophetic. No other religious or holy book makes predictions of the future like the Bible does. This phenomenon has led some Bible teachers to over-emphasise the Bible's ability to predict the future. The rise in claims of the Bible's prophetic detail coincided with its increased availability. When medieval scribes increased production of Bible copies the number of prophetic speculations also increased. When the Gutenberg Bible revolutionised the way Bibles were produced from the 1500s, there was similarly a marked increase in the number and variety of prophetic speculations...[more]
Is Israel God's Unfinished Business? Some Christians regard the Church as God's "Plan 'B'" and that He has some unfinished business to complete with Israel. This has become big business! Those who promote the Biblical concept of one means of salvation and therefore one covenant people of God are derided as Replacement Theologians but this is totally ironic when you realise who is really doing the replacing...[more]
During his Presidential Election campaign, President-Elect Barak Obama criticised taking the Bible "literally". Many Post-Moderns are using the same criticisms to justify their various sexual proclivities...[more]


Many people think that the Prosperity Gospel - as preached by many televangelists - is all about money. But this is the least dangerous aspect to this spiritually toxic peddling... [more]
Almost without exception, preachers promote the idea that the Song of Solomon is loaded with sexually erotic symbolism and allegory that extols the joys of monogamous marriage. If this be true then it is completely out of step with the overall revelation of God's story of redemption! [more]
Exploring the ministry of Todd Bentley and the claims of the Lakeland "Revival" [Read]
Many of the "new" atheists are now making a lot of noise about Bible Prophecy. Theologically liberal scholars have long fuelled the atheists' assertions that Bible Prophecy is really just fabricated history made to sound like predictive prophecies. But now they've gone a step further! In fact, for some of them, they've made these new claims about "failed" Bible prophecies central to their arguments for atheism... [more]
Is Preterism "Over-Realised" Eschatology? Mark Driscoll, considered one of the best preachers in the world today, recently implied that Preterism was "over-realised" eschatology. His concern was that Christians holding this position would no longer engage culturally or in evangelism with the world. But this criticism should not be directed at Preterists since they are largely not dis-engaged! [Read]
Disappointment With Dispensationalism [more]
What is the difference between Islam and Christianity? [more]
What has "holiness" got to do with how we understand Bible prophecy? It may well be holy relevant! [more]
Does Bible Prophecy Matter Anymore? Afterall, most Bible Prophecy teachers have failed to match up their interpretation of Bible Prophecy with their forecasts of the future. It's time to explore the predictions and theology of Bible Prophecy teachers such as John Hagee...[read]
The tide is now turning when it comes to how we understand Bible Prophecy...[Read]

The Marriage Supper of The Lamb may have some sombre implications for the idea of 'SAME-SEX' 'MARRIAGE'...[read]

What does the expression mean "new heavens and a new earth" mean? [Read]

Interpreting Bible Prophecy or Just Fortune-Telling?

To properly understand "the end" we need to properly understand the beginning. The latest installment from Hank Hanegraaff makes much of the idea that Paradise has been lost and must be 'restored'. The idea that Paradise was "perfect" has some serious implications for how we understand the Bible! [more]

Prophecy or Just Failed Fortune-Telling...[more]

The seven feasts of Israel each foretold of a major prophetic event relating to Jesus Christ. Some have been fulfilled, others are yet to be. [Read]

The American experiment with Prohibition is frequently touted as the best example of why prohibition of any kind does not work. But this reasoning completely misses the point of Prohibition and fails to acknowledge that we still have various forms of Prohibition today- and for good reason! [more]

Is Climate Change A Sign of the End Times?...[more]

Will Jesus Come This Year? No. But if I'm wrong, you can let me know this time next year...[read]

People's ideas about what the Bible says about the future can be tested by how their predictions have and will fair...[read]

Some people argue that the Devil is not bound and that believers can temporarily bind Satan. But is this Biblical? [Read]

Who are the two witnesses of Revelation 11? [read]


The lion and lamb shall both eat straw? Does this imply that animals will be resurrected to enoy a future millennium along with the redeemed and that there shall be no more death during that period? [Read]

Is there such a thing as a Just War? Should Christians be involved in armed conflict? [Read]

Why is it that the most well-known verse in the Bible was the subject of a recent U.S. Supreme Court Trial?


The 'baptism in the Spirit', is it synonymous with regeneration or subsequent to it?


Is there a contradiction between Genesis 1 & Genesis 2? The Bible is emphatic that God is the Creator.
It's entire message of redemption is founded
upon this truth. If God is not Creator then
the Scriptures have no authority at all- [more]

Who is the person identified in Scripture as "666"? Is it the same person identified by Paul as the "man of sin" in 2Thessalonians 2?

The "Eschaton" is "the end". Some regard the 'eschaton' as being entirely fulfilled- while others regard the 'eschaton' as being entirely future. I believe both are wrong.

Kingdom Technology? Learning from Judges 1:19 for today...The world is changing. There are rapid changes in technology which rather than threaten the church's mission could actually enhance it


The Need for a Neo-Reformation of Good Manners...

One of William Wilberforce's main achievements was a campaign to reform the manners and morals of his day. Perhaps it's time for a neo-reformation of manners today...

Dan Brown's DaVinci Code is claimed by its author to be based on fact, if it is then Christianity is without any basis! But...

There are many people who link the age of the earth to the end of the world...

An overview of how superstition has disguised itself to creep into the church

The Tests of Truth

How do we know what is truth and what is error? Can we know the truth? [more]


This is one of the most fundamental teachings of Christianity, yet...[more]

(The "Abortion Pill")

Understand the flawed philosophy of those promoting RU 486...[Read]

Some Christians feel that any fantasy or fiction is wrong for the Christian. With the launch of CS Lewis's The Chronicles of Narnia, we need to explore this crucial issue...

The Date of Revelation's Authorship?

Put simply, a 95AD date for Revelation's authorship is impossible! It must have been written mid 60s...[Read]

"ELs" or Relativistic Education Theory- What does it mean?

Tasmania is one of the first states in Australia to introduce a Relativistic Education Philosophy. What does this mean for educational schooling and society? [read]

Who Do We Blame?

When Mark Latham released his much fan-fared "Diaries" many people were appalled by mega blame-shifting. But is what he has done just symptomatic of what is happening in Australia? [Read]

Intelligent Design

Controversy rages over this apparent war between science and religion. But is Intelligent Design and how did rise to such prominence? [Read]

Abortion- Its All About The Language

Those advocating for Abortion rarely use appropriate language. [Read]

What Principles Determines Public Policy?

When Politicians make decisions and enact legislation, do they do on the basis of a principle? [Read]

The Tragic Case of Terri Schaivo

What principles should have been applied during this tragedy, and what lessons can learn from this tragic case? [Read]

Are All Religions Essentially The Same?

Can we pursue multi-culturalism without engaging in a religious discussion? Is it reasonable to consider that in the midst of gloabalisation that we simply regard all religions as having the same merit? [Read]

Why Marriage And The Traditional Family
Really Does Matter

Are all family compositions equal? Can two people of the same sex equally parent as a married man and wife (father and mother) can? [Read]

The Indian Ocean Tsunami Disaster

Some say that this was a sign of the end or even God's wrath being poured out on the unrighteous heathen. Read why these two ideas are wrong. [Read]

The Most Embarrassing Verse In The Bible

Entire web sites are set up by atheists who take pleasure in pointing out to Christians that their Bibles are wrong - based on just one verse of Scripture, which C.S. Lewis admitted was "the most embarrassing verse in the Bible!" Read the first chapter of this timely eBook and then order your own copy for just $3.95 [Read]

Five Proofs For The Existence of God

In December 2004 it was announced that the long time British Professor and Philosopher, Antony Flew, regarded by many as the world's leading and most acclaimed atheist, had renounced his atheism in favour of Theism (belief in God). [Read]

Are We Trying To Christianise Non-Christians?

There is a growing political movement of Christians engaging in politics. The claim is being made by some Christians that this is a wrong direction for the Church because you can not "christianise" non-Christians by expecting them to keep the same standards as Christians. [Read]

Are There Apostles Today?

Many people today are claiming to be apostles. What does the Bible really teach about Apostles? Are there apostles today? What was the Apostolic function, and is this what is being proposed today? Read Dr Corbett's major work on the history and ministry of the Apostle - now available for viewing online or downloading as an eBook for just $A10 via a secure online Paypal transaction. [Read]

Why Left Behind Should Be Left Behind!

Matthew 24:34 almost single-handedly cancels out any possibility of the Left Behind series having any credibility. [Read]

Homosexuality And The Moral Law

Many people wrongly confuse religion with morality. They are in fact two separate facets. What the Gay Lobby unwittingly attempts is to silence the religious opposition to their practices by redefining morality (confusing it with religion), but by doing so they in fact are admitting that there is a Moral Law that needs (in their opinion) to be redefined. [Read]


What the Bible Says About Alcohol [Read]


What Is Morality? [Read]


Handling Dystress [Read]

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Church Discipline [Read]


The Importance of Character [Read]
Dealing With Depression [Read]
Importance of Pentecost [Read]
Shepherding [Read]
Pressing In [Read]
Is Homosexuality Genetic? [Read]
Can Morality Be Legislated? [Read]
When Grace Becomes Disgrace [Read]
Pulling Down Strongholds [Read]
Why I Hate Divorce [Read]
Revival? No Thanks! [Read]
What's So Amazing About Barnabas? [Read]
About Israel & the Church [Read]
Understanding Ethics [Read]
Crisis Management
How To Handle A Crisis [Read]
Increasing Your Capacity [Read]
God's Will
The Plan of God [Read]
Small Churches
The Value of the Smaller Church [Read]
Spiritual Warfare
Examining Spiritual Warfare [Read]
Church Finances
Increasing Church Income [Read]
Financial Management
Help For The Indebted [Read]
The Sabbath
The Sabbath Question [Read]
Pastoring [Read]
Demons [Read]
Same-sex Couple Adoption
Gay Adoption? [Read]
Christianity and Politics [Read]

Why The Rapture Has Ruptured!

The belief in the rapture is a recent phenomena in Christian thought. Previously all such Scriptures were seen in a different light. [Read]



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