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Coleman Lewis Coates Encourages All Christians to Take a Stand, Obey, and Become God’s Listeners Especially in Times of War and Conflict

Through God’s word and his teachings in the Bible, “The Listeners: Should Christians Participate in War?” enumerates everyone’s true purpose and destiny—to listen and obey.

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This book emphasizes how God never allowed his people to decide for themselves on war and encourages them to learn how to become true listeners to His words.

Coleman Lewis Coates brings an enlightening and eye-opening discussion about what God wants his children to become. He emphasizes how God never allowed his people to decide for themselves on war and encourages them to learn how to become true listeners to His words. He talks about the power of obedience and the incompatibility of warfare and the gospel.
“The Listeners” touches on what God desires from his people. He inspires his readers to understand and strive to fulfill His plans for everyone. Through God’s word, the author encourages each one to discover a greater sense of identity with Christ, to strive and become worthy to be called His children, and, most importantly, to listen and follow His word.
Being God’s children and members of his team, he also talks about God’s final victory for all. He tackles that by following His will, all good will triumph over evil and that God’s victory is everyone’s victory. Not only that, he reminds readers that by listening and obeying, God will live within heart, minds, and spirit of every person.
Ultimately, “The Listeners: Should Christian Participate in War?” is an enlightening and eye-opening book that encourages every member of the Christian community to learn how to effectively listen and obey God’s word. Everyone who wishes to purchase a copy of this book may grab one 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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