ACCTS

 

 

This Journal is sponsored by the Assn. for Christian Conferences, Teaching and Service.

ISSN: 2354-8315 (Online)

 

Fall 2015 Edition
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This journal serves as a credible source of information for those who wish to expand their understanding of ongoing changes in the spiritual, moral and ethical cultures of the nations that comprise Western Civilization and the significant threat to their future existence from Islamist Jihadist movements. It also focuses on the imperative of integrating biblical faith with service and leadership in the armed forces of the English-speaking nations of the world in the context of these changes and this threat.

God, Man & War / God and Human Nature

Christianity and Islam: The Differences in the Societies They Create, by Chaplain(Lieutenant Colonel), Bruce Sidebotham, U.S. Army Reserve, Director, Operation Reveille

Conservatism, Christianity and the Revitalization of Europe, by Lee Congdon, Professor Emeritus of History, James Madison University

God, Man & War / The History of War The Boys of Pointe du Hoc, by President Ronald Reagan, delivered during the 40th anniversary commemoration of the allied invasion of Europe at the Normandy beaches on June 6, 1984

Editorial America Must Turn to God

I am adding new content to expand upon the articles and commentaries it already contains (see the "Fifth Anniversary" section below). If you are interested in publishing your paper or in recommending reprints of papers relevant to these subjects, send manuscripts or links to me at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . My goal...and prayer...is that God will enable the Journal of Faith & War to become an invaluable source of the best ideas and actions that can help readers respond to the moral decay of Western Civilization and the imminent threats that endanger our future. —the Editor

The views expressed in this Journal are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the organizations and institutions in which they serve—or of ACCTS, its governing board, and its staff.

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