• Jesus Unarmed

  • How the Prince of Peace Disarms Our Violence
  • By: Keith Giles
  • Narrated by: Eric Morrison
  • Length: 5 hrs and 9 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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By: Keith Giles
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Publisher's Summary

What if Jesus was serious about loving our enemies?

For too long, those who carry the name "Christian" have ignored the Christlike path of enemy-love and creative nonviolence. For many of us, the Second Amendment has become more important than the Sermon on the Mount. It's time we begin to walk the path of peace marked out for us by the Prince of Peace and learn to study war no more. 

©2021 Keith Giles (P)2022 Keith Giles

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Good book.

I found the book to be enlightening and helped explain some of what seems to be wrong with the church these days. for someone like me who just sees way too much hate in the church now this book is worth a look/listen. However, it's not something I would recommend for a hardcore John Wayne Jesus. Evangelical.