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It seems that the human concept of God from most religions always included a principle of punishment for wrongs. No religion ever thought of a God of grace and unlimited love as expressed in the gospel of Christ, until Christ came. Therefore we do not find significant opposition to God's justice and anger (deemed as cruelty) except as a result of a world ...


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This post made me wonder. Is it true the Orthodox church thinks violence is always sinful no matter the circumstances? The violence in very most cases includes the anger, and hatred to the target of violence, lets say enemy. So that are the reasons why the violence in bad. I said very most because we know the case of the violence without a sin: And the ...


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Both. The article Why Don’t Jehovah’s Witnesses Go to War? on JW.org addresses this well. On the one hand, they are "neutral" toward governments: Jesus’ disciples obey his command to be “no part of the world” by remaining strictly neutral in political matters. (John 17:16) They do not protest against military actions or interfere with those who choose ...



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