Iraq Reconsidered

de S. Cameron, Nigel M.; Escobar, J. Samuel; Hall, Chris; Maier, Paul L.; McKenna, David; Merrill, Dean; Norton, H. W.; Reapsome, James; Shelley, Bruce L.; Siemon-Netto, Uwe; Snyder, Howard A.; Tennant, Agnieszka; Towns, Elmer L.; Witherington, Ben
May 2007
Christianity Today;May2007, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p62
The article presents the views of evangelical leaders on whether the U.S. should have gotten involved militarily in Iraq in 2003. It cites the reasons of respondents for favoring military action. One respondent believes that going into Iraq had to do with protecting the oil interests of the U.S. in the Middle East.


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