Should Christians fight to defend their country?Is world peace possible?Bob Yandian discusses the Bible's answers to these topics as well as how to pray for our nation and leaders.Topics include:∙ The Purpose of Government ∙ Crime and Immorality∙ Capital Punishment∙ Separation of Church and State∙ Freedom and War.The strength of a nation is in the…
Covering the period from the untimely death of Alexander III of Scotland in 1286 up to the symbolic construction of The Old Bridge over the Tweed in 1624 following the Union of the Crowns, Keith Ryan takes the reader on an unforgettable journey through the turbulent history of a town that constantly changed hands between two warring kingdoms. Featuring all the principal characters we are familiar with to this day, from Edward I (Hammer of the Scots) to Richard III, William Wallace, John Balliol, Robert the Bruce (all three of them) and the tragic little Maid of Norway, the tussle for this strategic town is brought to life with wry humour and not a little partisanship.
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