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Paul Alexander's book "Peace to War" is a devastating indictment on the growing militarism in the Assemblies . It is my belief that the Assemblies of God has sold its birthright (Zech 4:6), and Paul Alexander chronicles exactly how that happened.
Paul Alexander's book "Peace to War" is a devastating indictment on the growing militarism in the Assemblies of God denomination. In the book, Alexander meticulously details the pacifism of the early pentecostals and how the first few decades of the Assemblies of God's existence was marked by a belief in conscientious objection to war as the ideal. I believe we traded our prayer/spiritual warfare weapons in for weapons of physical warfare and nationalistic idolatry.
By: Paul Alexander, Glen Stassen. Once the Pentecostal peace witness extended throughout the movement and around the world-but was eventually muted and almost completely lost in the American Assemblies of God. This book tells the story of that shift
By: Paul Alexander, Glen Stassen. This book tells the story of that shift.
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Paul Alexander, Glen Stassen. This book, which is "gripping, powerful, and prophetic," says Amos Yong, tells the story of that shift. The antiwar, Christian, pacifist sentiments of the Assemblies of God that Alexander describes. juxtaposed in close proximity to their pro-war and anti-pacifist passion and identification with America.
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