- GOD & CHURCHILL: The Evidence Exposed
- CHURCHILL: “I avow my faith” – Part 1
- CHURCHILL: “I avow my faith” – Part 2: “London will be attacked”
- CHURCHILL: “I avow my faith” – Part 3 – “I shall be in command of the defences of London”
- CHURCHILL: “I avow my faith” – Part 4 – “It will fall to me to save the Capital and save the Empire”
- CHURCHILL: “I avow my faith” – Part 5 – ‘That High Power which interferes’
- CHURCHILL: “According to Holy Writ” – Part 1
- CHURCHILL: “According to Holy Writ” – Part 2 – “Christian Civilisation”
- CHURCHILL: “According to Holy Writ” – Part 3 – “The last word in ethics”
- CHURCHILL: “According to Holy Writ” – Part 4 – “…you shall know them by their fruits”
- CHURCHILL: “According to Holy Writ” – Part 5 – Christ and the Sermon on the Mount
- CHURCHILL: “According to Holy Writ” – Part 6 – ‘To be or not to be’
Over the past few posts I presented the evidence of Churchill’s prophesy at 16 years old. CHURCHILL: “I avow my faith” – highlights the first time that we really see the hand of God working in Great-Grandpapa’s life. “London will be attacked…I shall be in command of the defences of London…and it will fall to me to save the Capital and save the Empire.” – Without the interference of “that High Power” Churchill referred to, I demonstrated that his words could not have come to pass exactly as he had spoken in 1891.
The evidence of God’s intervention in Great-Grandpapa’s life was only the starting point of my research into the spiritual side of Sir Winston Churchill. My aim in writing God and Churchill was not to prove the existence of God, but rather to explore whether Great-Grandpapa had a faith in God, and whether the God he believed in did interfere, as he maintained, throughout his life.
God does not force Himself upon a person but rather offers opportunity for us to open our eyes, see Him, and acknowledge Him. Therefore, in order to prove that Great-Grandpapa had a faith in God, I felt the place to start would be to review what he himself professed to believe.
Together over the next few posts we will be exploring exactly what Great-Grandpapa claimed to believe.
What did Churchill believe about the Bible?
Was it merely a glorified history book that was written thousands of years ago and has little relevance today, or did he believe it to be the literal word of God?
Did the Bible influence Churchill?
Did he live out in private what he purported in public to believe? Or was it just words on a page that he would draw upon to encourage himself and others to keep fighting despite the odds against a general Allied victory?
What were Churchill’s thoughts on Moses?
Who was Moses to Churchill, and in his opinion was the story of the Exodus fact or fiction?
Did Churchill ever acknowledge the existence of God?
Or were his references to God and his Biblical quotes in speeches merely political rhetoric to gain the support of the British people?
Who was Jesus to Winston Churchill?
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November 16, 2015
An in-depth analysis of exactly what Sir Winston Churchill himself professed to believe.
Jonathan Sandys, a great-grandson of Britain’s wartime Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, along with former White House aide and current senior associate pastor of Houston’s Second Baptist Church, Wallace Henley, reveal compelling evidence that overturns the erroneous belief that Churchill was either an agnostic or an atheist.
Available now in both the United States of America and the United Kingdom.
“London will be attacked” – SANDYS/HENLEY, God & Churchill: How the Great Leader’s Sense of Divine Destiny Changed His Troubled World and Offers Hope For Ours, p.4
“According to Holy Writ” – Ibid, p.120
HMS Prince of Wales: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Winston_Churchill
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