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Tactical Bible Stories: Personal Security Tips from the Bible

The Bible is the most widely read book in the history of man. It is full of examples of tactics, concepts, and ideas that are still used and taught by modern security professionals. “Tactical Bible Stories” takes a stereotype-busting approach to personal security and uses Bible stories as illustrations to make them fun and easy for anyone to understand, remember, and apply.

-Was David’s sling a wise choice for his fight with Goliath? Why?
-How did Jesus show us the importance of keeping our distance?
-Did Gideon’s minuscule army make sense tactically? Why?

Tactical Bible Stories is written very simply for those who aren’t self-defense experts or tactical aficionados.

Tactical Bible Stories is being officially released on Tuesday, June 5th and for the entire day, the ebook will be free and the paperback will be available at cost. The book has already received rave reviews from both law enforcement officers and firearms instructors for its simple, conversational style and practical advice from a unique perspective. The author believes that this book will make a huge difference in people’s lives and he wants to get it into the hands of as many people as possible.

Pick up the book for free on Amazon.com on Tuesday, June 5th at amzn.to/tacbible


8 Responses to “Tactical Bible Stories: Personal Security Tips from the Bible”

  1. Ross says:

    Now, that’s just cool

  2. M5 says:

    Absolutely ridiculous. Not to mention that the whole idea of ‘Tactical Bible’ is against the spirit and word of Jesus.

    Matthew 5:39 But I tell you, do not resist an evil person. If anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to them the other cheek also.
    40 And if anyone wants to sue you and take your shirt, hand over your coat as well.

    Besides, as for tactical advice, I’d suggest that the Bible is seriously out-of-date.

    • Mike says:

      Not so. If you study Scripture further (as the author of this book seems to have), you’ll see when that when Jesus stood before Pilate in John 18, he did not “turn the other cheek” when struck by one of the officers who did not like His answers to Pilate.

      “If I have spoken evil, bear witness of the evil; but if well, whey smitest thou me?” John 18:23

      What He did was refuse to retaliate in kind, while not allowing Himself to be struck again.


  3. HK says:

    I’m looking forward to this!
    M5, are you suggesting that being a warrior or defending yourself or another while having a tactical advantage is anti-Christian? If you are referring to the wording, ‘tactical’ is the adjective for the included Bible stories, not that this is a Bible. Who knows better about war than God? I think there are things that can be taken from the Bible on this topic. As far as out-of-date material, we’ve taken much from Sun Tzu’s Art of War. The way we fight has changed but the fundamentals have not.

  4. Brando says:

    This is hilarious!

  5. John Denny says:

    I downloaded this, it’s not bad. The author is just using the Bible stories as examples to build upon. The way he uses the story of David vs Goliath makes good sense, especially for people who haven’t figured it out yet.

  6. Justin says:

    Does anyone know why the paper back issue is listed for $200.00? Also is their a way to get a copy on the B&N Nook?

  7. Colin Hall says:

    This is probably what the bible was meant for in it’s original sense. Most of the readings within the bible are written as a ‘guide to living’ and not, as is the modern interpretation, as a predictor of doom and damnation. Good on the author for thinking out of the box on this one 🙂