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Fri, Apr 05

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Zoom - 11:00 AM - ET

Our Church Role During War

What does the Bible teaches us on how to pray, think, believe and react to the suffering of others and towards the concept of war? How do we respond in times of war? Is it our responsibility to judge who is right and who is wrong?

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Our Church Role During War
Our Church Role During War

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Apr 05, 2024, 5:00 PM GMT+3

Zoom - 11:00 AM - ET

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The War In Gaza

As Gaza is always on the news, we decided it's time to refresh and give a first hand update about the situation from our local Christian perspective. Palestinians and Israelis are more divided than ever, and the crisis on both sides has never been greater than today. Thus there is a profound urgency for prayer for a change to bring some hope.

We are all in pain and feeling helpless. The church must address reality. It must have a message for the present,  especially for what is happening to our relatives and neighbors, our people, and our land. The church represents God on earth. Every human being has a responsibility towards his neighbor. Moral responsibility, righteousness, and justice towards God first and then towards man. The church must call for justice. God has mercy and justice, the essence of God’s attributes. God is love and is just. 

Our Host: Mr. Malkom Marizian

Born to an Armenian Syrian Father, and Egyptian Coptic Mother and a Syriac/ Aramaic Eastern Turkish Grandmother.

First Degree- BA in Psychology

Second Degree- Masters in Human rights and International Law

Third Degree- Associate degree in Biblical History, Prophecy and Philosophy

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