Church leaders appeal for dialogue over U.S.-North Korea nuclear crisis

Posted Sep 29, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] Church leaders in Korea and the United States of America have appealed for dialogue to replace the conflict between the two countries’ political leaders. In separate moves, the National Council of Churches in Korea, which includes the Anglican Church of Korea; and the National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA, which includes the Episcopal Church, are calling on politicians and Christians to push for peace.

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  1. P.J. Cabbiness says:

    Evil must be confronted and defeated, not appeased. The US has a duty to prevent North Korea from becoming a nuclear power. We must be courageous, unwavering and willing to fight, if necessary. The doctrine set forth above is indefensible and unchristian.

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