Monday, May 25, 2009

But what did they fight and die for?

Yesterday, I delivered a sermon to two United Methodist Churches in the Columbus area, which I believe addresses the paradox we experience between the horrors of war and the reason our young people fight in them. It also, by implication, addresses the reason why secession is not disrespectful to those who serve in the military.


Preacher Bob said...

So, your a fellow preacher. Amen, preach it brother!!

Harold Thomas said...

Not really. I am a layman who filled in for the preacher while he was at a conference. But thank you for the support!