A Form for That

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Why would anyone ever submit to all the restrictions and oversight that comes with military service? It’s just not right to the sensibilities of people who appreciate self-esteem and individualism. But then, individualism can mean isolation from others. It’s very hard to live in community when we’re isolated – and if we’re not in community, how do we learn to love our neighbors as ourselves?

Numbers 25:10-29:40; Jeremiah 1:1-2:3; Luke 7:1-10; Acts 5:1-11, 8:9-24

Click here to download a transcript of this podcast: A Form for That

Music: “National Emblem,” Edwin E. Bagley, The United States Army Concert Band, Marches of America, Altissimo 2005. Music by the United States Army Bands is available at https://www.usarmyband.com/.

Picture: Pfc. Jennifer Reynolds fills out in processing paperwork on the back of Pfc. Enrique Baena at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, after their return from deployment in Iraq, December 6, 2011. Photo by JBLM PAO/Jim Bryant/NW Guardian, via Flickr. 

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