Monday, October 26, 2020
Tags World War I

Tag: World War I

What I learnt from a Salvation Army chaplain

What could an Adventist learn today from a Salvation Army chaplain from 100 years ago?

The wowser who wowed the Anzacs

An Anzac chaplain worshipped by soldiers despite being a wowser shows the influential role Christians played in the Great War, a new biography reveals.

Repeat

“Those who fail to learn the lessons of history are destined to repeat them.”

God’s army

This is the story of 14 British Adventists who chose to endure beatings, starvation and the dreaded “crucifixion” wheel rather than work on the Sabbath during World War I.

Making peace

November 11 is known in various parts of the world as Armstice Day, Remembrance Day, or Veterans Day. It marks the anniversary of the end of World War I, ironically tagged as “The War to End Wars”.

Remembering the Anzacs

Every morning I pass my district’s four-sided war memorial. On three sides the names of those who served in World War I are etched in stone. The fourth side lists the names of those who never returned.
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