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“The Listeners” author Coleman Lewis Coates gets his own website

The retired minister aims to spread his message across a new medium.

Tulsa, Oklahoma ,USA – WEBWIRE

From pulpit to print to digital, a Christian author preaches what the Bible says about evil, war, justice and the ideal Christian response to war.

Coleman Lewis Coates sees no biblical justification for a Christian, whether Protestant, Roman Catholic, or Orthodox, to go to war. He published a slender yet biblically thought-provoking book, “The Listeners: Should Christians Participate in War?” (Redemption Press; 2017) to expand his point of view regarding the incompatibility of the Gospel and warfare. Now, he takes his message from print to digital.
The author launched his new website: The said website was built not solely for the marketing and promotion of the book “The Listeners” but also for the preaching and propagation of the central message of his book.
With and through his website, the author will further explain why any Christian involvement in war or armed conflict goes contrary to the mission of Jesus and His Church. “God has never allowed his people to decide for themselves on war.”
He will publish blog articles, upload videos, and interact with readers on his website, among other online activities. Combined with the power of social media marketing and search engine optimization, the website will reach readers across different platforms.
Interested readers can now also purchase “The Listeners: Should Christians Participate in War?” through:

Make sure to visit the website every now and then.
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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