Tag Archives: Foreign Policy

Israel-Palestine — An Alternate Christian View

Whose side should Christians take in the Israel-Palestine conflict? by Joel McDurmon July 2014 Readers who have learned their lessons well will, of course, see the title question as a fallacy—the fallacy of a complex question. Nevertheless, I keep getting variations … Continue reading

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Tea Circles, Tea Parties, and Government Resistance

Tea Circles and Tea Parties by Peter C. Coker When people perceive that forces are at work to subvert their own liberties and freedoms or take advantage of them for someone else’s benefit, they naturally want to stop those forces. … Continue reading

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Reconsidering War, Foreign Policy, and the Church

War, Foreign Policy, and the Church by Laurence M. Vance This talk was delivered on June 3, 2007, at the Future of Freedom Foundation‘s Conference on “Restoring the Republic: Foreign Policy and Civil Liberties.” It is fitting that [today] is a Sunday … Continue reading

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