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Coleman Coates Shares Insights on Cultivating Obedience and Becoming Godís Listeners

In ďThe Listeners: Should Christians Participate in War?Ē the author emphasizes that instead of being involved in warfare, Christians should listen and follow Godís plan for all.

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Each chapter walks readers through discovering each oneís purpose and destiny and reminding them that they are Godís children and members of his team.

Coleman Lewis Coates wonderfully discusses the most important role of every member of the Christian communityóto obey Godís will and learn how to become his true listeners. In his book, he also calls for clarity and understanding of what each one should do and strive to become during times of warfare and conflicts.

In ďThe Listeners,Ē the author mainly addresses what the Bible really says about justice, evil, and war. He emphasizes how these things greatly oppose Jesusí and the Churchís mission. Each chapter walks readers through discovering each oneís purpose and destiny and reminding them that they are Godís children and members of his team.†

With that in mind, the author digs deeper about Godís final victory for his people. He sheds light on Godís planódefeating Satan and all forms of evil. Therefore, he writes this book hoping that it becomes an instrument that inspires each one to truly hear and obey Godís word and to feel a greater sense of identity with the nation and with Christ in order for everyone to collectively help in fulfilling His will.

Indeed, this book is a wonderful and enlightening book that reaches out to Christians all over the world and hopefully encourage each one to live up to Godís plans for everyone. Interested readers may purchase their copy on Amazon ( and to his website

The Listeners: Should Christians Participate in War?
Written by: Coleman Lewis Coates
Published by: Redemption Press†
Published date: February 21, 2017
Paperback price: $10.95

About the Author
Coleman L. Coates earned an AB in Anthropology from Wheaton College, an M.Div. from Reformed Theological Seminary. A freelance writer and editor of Christian education material at D.C. Cook, and language arts at Follet Educational Corporation, he collaborated with John Perkins on Let Justice Roll Down. Ordained at forty, Coates served PCUSA churches until retirement and worked as a chaplain in a state mental hospital. He plays the French horn, has done choral conduction and composed hymns, and is a prize-winning amateur photographer. Widowed with three adult children and five grandchildren, he lives in Tulsa, OK.

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