Life In Wartime

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Summary

C.S. Lewis helped a generation of Christians think through what it meant to live for Christ during a time when death was falling from the skies. Now we face the same challenge to our mortality in the very air we breathe.

Show Notes

As Australia prepares to remember ANZAC Day, two sharp thinkers challenge us to think through what it means for Christians to experience 'Life In Wartime'.

Social commentators David Robertson and Stephen McAlpine from Third Space explain the similarities between life during the COVID-19 pandemic and life during other global struggles. What particularly runs parallel are the spiritual challenges we will face as Christians in the months and years to come.

What is Life In Wartime?

The COVID-19 epidemic has brought upon us all the moral challenges associated with living in a state of constant conflict. We have to choose how we're going to respond to this global threat day by day, and David Robertson and Stephen McAlpine from Third Space are here to help you think through the implications of the messages we're hearing, and how God would have us live in these challenging times.