Churches At War

posted in: Blog, channeling, Global oneness | 2

We realize that might be a crazy-sounding title. Churches don’t go to war. Or do they?


When Berna and Johnny were growing up in the Roman Catholic Church, the church defined what it called a “just war.” In other words, war (and all its brutality) was justified under conditions the Church defined.

Many years ago, our friend Seth said “There is never any justification for violence, for hatred, for murder.”

What’s the answer? Is there any single answer?

We will side with Seth. But we realize not all of you will. There are many answers.

The closest  you will come to a real answer is by examining your own values and beliefs.

The video below will help you to at least start on this journey of self-discovery.

Copyright © 2022 by John Cali and Berna Copray
Edited by Berna Copray


This video asks some thought-provoking questions. You probably won’t find any answers here. But you will likely gain insight into your own beliefs and values around violence and war.

Please share your thoughts with us in the comments below.


2 Responses

  1. Wil

    If someone attacks you, maybe you can run away. If someone attacks you and your children running away is not a solution. So you fight back. Or would you sit down and wait what happens? Considering that every circumstance you’re in is there for a reason: to give you the opportunity to respond (not react). Acknowledge that bad things happen. If you’re blessed with the believe that life is eternal would you bother to fight back? If you would know that you’re actually an actor playing a role in a movie would you kill another actor? Of course not. So its obvious that Seth and Spirit choose never to go to war.

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