As an Amish person, I believe in nonresistance and pacifism. Our faith teaches us to turn the other cheek and to seek peace and reconciliation rather than engaging in violence. We believe in the sanctity of human life and strive to live in a way that brings honor to God.
When it comes to the question of fighting in war, we believe that participating in armed conflict goes against our principles. We seek to follow the example of Jesus, who taught us to love our enemies and to pray for those who persecute us. Engaging in war and violence contradicts these teachings and goes against the peaceful way of life that we strive to uphold.
Instead of fighting in war, we believe in finding peaceful and nonviolent solutions to conflicts. We believe in working towards reconciliation and promoting understanding and forgiveness. Our faith calls us to be peacemakers and to live in a way that reflects the love and compassion of God.
Ultimately, as an Amish person, I believe that it is not okay to fight in war. Instead, I seek to live a life that is rooted in faith, love, and nonresistance, and to embody the principles of peace and reconciliation.