This is the twenty-eighth installment in Eric’s series entitled Spiritual Lessons from WW2. In this episode he creates a division between good and evil in WW2. Utilizing Emperor Hirohito in Japan and his deceptive antics on December 7, 1941 as the chief illustration, Eric reminds Christians that there IS a definition of right and there IS a definition of wrong behavior — there is a definition of good and there is a definition of bad that stands firm throughout the passing of time. This message is ideally suited for the age of relativism in which we are all currently living.
Speaker: Eric Ludy
Series: Spiritual Lessons from WW2
Study: 28 – The Honorable and the Outrageous
Date: May 15, 2020
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