God and War: An Exposition of the Principles Underlying Creative Peace (Classic Reprint)
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Thereafter, on many nights I saw the moon and the restless waters, but they spoke with changed voices. Their beauty appeared cold and forbidding. Their personal message had grown confused. Inexorable law was now the word they uttered. Their former kindness seemed a smile of mockery.
What reconciling note could be struck to harmonize beauty and brutality? How could the soul admit the reality of God and the fact of war?
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Daniel Roy Freeman
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