Women in Combat: A Ship Sailed?

Is this a ship that has sailed?  We shouldn’t allow that!  This paper is worth listening to.  If you have already heard it, then listen to it again.  If you haven’t, I commend to you this great confession against our modern day Gnostics:

About Pastor Andrew Preus

Pastor Andrew Preus is the pastor of Trinity Lutheran/St. Paul Lutheran, Guttenberg/McGregor, IA. He is the eighth of eleven sons, with one sister. He received his seminary training at Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary, St. Catharines, ON (MDiv) from 2009 to 2013, and Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, IN (STM) from 2013 to 2014. His main theological interests include Justification and Church and Ministry. He is married to Leah Preus (nee Fehr), and they have four children: Jacob, Solveig, Kristiana, and Robert.


Women in Combat: A Ship Sailed? — 2 Comments

  1. Thank you Pastor Preus! I love the analysis of the change from the home to the individual. You picked this up beautifully around 35mins again with the advertisement of the army. Their end goal isn’t to fight for the home and family, but the improvement of the self to be all they can be. And then the words earlier which says that we come to see in our enemy’s tactics is a window into their soul, was perfect. When we send our wives and daughters to combat we lose our nation’s sovereignty. Iam sure there are those who hold to the traditional reason to go off to war. But our nation’s departure has been made obvious. Much prayer and counsel of Scripture is needed to convince our brothers in Christ on the importance of boldly speaking against women in combat. Thank you again.

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