Podcast: I’m interviewed about the moral complexities of a U.S. strike on Syria & how we should pray.






(Washington, D.C.) — We’ve just posted the latest podcast on my website, at www.joelrosenberg.com. It’s a 19 minute interview I did yesterday on a nationally syndicated radio program.

During the program, I discussed the following questions:

  • are the U.S, British and French about to launch military strikes against the Assad regime in Syria?
  • before any strikes occur, is it important to wait for the U.S. report detailing credible evidence of chemical weapons attacks in Syria, and the Assad regime’s responsibility therein?
  • will Syria and/or Iran fire missiles at Israel, and what precautions are the Israelis are taking?
  • who are the good guys and who are the bad guys in the Syrian conflict?
  • what are the moral complexities of getting involved in this fight?
  • if the U.S. does use military force in Syria, does “regime change” have to be the objective, or could something less sweeping be done?
  • how Christians should pray at this moment?

You can listen to the podcast by clicking here.

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