More On War (2 Samuel 12:26-31)

Phillip Kayser, PhD, June 9, 2013
Part of the Life of David series, preached at a Sermon service

This passage (and the Psalm written on this occasion) illustrate eleven more lessons on the military and war. Pastor Kayser shows how these principles were enshrined in our constitution, but are no longer being followed in America. He outlines the fascinating story of how the military and war have been consistently used down through history to erode liberty and to centralize government. It is critically important that every citizen once again understand these principles of civics.

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