6 edition of Religious perspectives on war found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 53-54).
|Statement||David R. Smock ; introduction by David Little.|
|LC Classifications||BL65.W2 S66 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiii, 61 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||2002068807|
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Through essays written by prominent Orthodox scholars in the fields of biblical studies, church history, Byzantine studies, theology, patristics, political science, ethics, and biology, Orthodox Christian Perspectives on War presents and examines the Orthodox tradition’s nuanced and unique insights on the meaning and challenges of war with an eye toward their contemporary relevance.
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If, when, why, and how to fight a war. In the case of the Gulf War, that debate encompassed three faiths-Christianity, Religious perspectives on war book, and Judaism-and the debate has acquired new dimensions in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks and the war on terrorism. Yet policy makers, religious leaders, and scholars often neglect Orthodoxys resources when they reflect on the challenges of war.
Through essays written by prominent Orthodox scholars in the fields of biblical studies, church history, Many regions of the world whose histories include war and violent Religious perspectives on war book have or once had strong ties to 4/5(1).
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Christian, Muslim, and Jewish Attitudes Toward Force. David R. Smock. is vice president of the Institute's Center for Mediation and Conflict Resolution and associate. It is hellish in its horror and destruction: the unleashing of the forces of evil. It is hellish in its suffering.
The four horsemen of Revelation 6 riding out to conquer and fight, to impoverish and to kill, are the realistic images of war. For with war come not only conquest and hostility. Choosing Against War: A Christian View and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
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However, there is not another book like this, and the biblical ethics books refer back to this for further reading at the end of the chapters on war, so this is a good starting point for a study on the morality of war.
On the other hand, someone wishing to have a deeper knowledge of this issue must look further/5(10). Get this from a library. Religious perspectives on war: Christian, Muslim, Religious perspectives on war book Jewish attitudes toward force. [David R Smock]. The first part of the book (Introduction – Chapter 6) explores the war years themselves, largely from the European perspective, and the role of religion as motivator and consoler.
The more extreme language shocks us now: ‘Kill Germans-do kill them; not for the sake of killing, but to save the world, to kill the good as well as the bad, to. History of Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, and Muslim, Perspectives on War and Peace: The Bible to (Studies in Religion and Society) by J.
William Frost (Author)5/5(1). Through essays written by prominent Orthodox scholars in the fields of biblical studies, church history, Byzantine studies, theology, patristics, political science, ethics, and biology, Orthodox Christian Perspectives on Religious perspectives on war book presents and examines the Orthodox tradition’s nuanced and unique insights on the meaning and challenges of war with an Author: Perry T.
Hamalis, Valerie A. Karras. Get this from a library. Religious perspectives on war: Christian, Muslim, and Jewish attitudes toward force after the Gulf War. [David R Smock; United States Institute of Peace.]. War, then, has been divinely delegated to governments, who are the God-appointed authority for preservation, punishment, and protection.
So when injustice is done against a nation, it is the responsibility of government to protect that nation. Books shelved as religious-conflict: Trinity by Leon Uris, Say You're One of Them by Uwem Akpan, Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Feminist Fairy Tales by Barb. War in the old testament was to eradicate the pagan curse from Israel.
The context of modern war is different. Since war is not really a Christian issue, there are many different perspectives Christians may have concerning it.
This articles discusses them. Authors respond to one another's perspectives and include:Herman A. Hoyt on NonresistanceMyron S. Augsburger on Christian PacifismArthur F. Holmes on the Just WarHarold O.
Brown on the Crusade or Preventative War War: Four Christian Views () by Robert G. Clouse, ed.5/5(1). The Civil War as a Theological Crisis Mark A.
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Guelzo. There are a number of books that have been written on this subject of war and the Christian. Here is a short list of books that you might find helpful.
• Clouse, Robert. War: Four Christian Views. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, revised • Holmes, Arthur, ed. War: Christian Ethics. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, revised Get this from a library. Orthodox Christian perspectives on war.
[Perry T Hamalis; Valerie A Karras;] -- Through essays written by prominent Orthodox scholars in the fields of biblical studies, church history, Byzantine studies, theology, patristics, political science, ethics, and biology, Orthodox.
In doing so, it brings together two topics that are often addressed separately in the literature and in curricula: religious and philosophical perspectives on the ethics of the use of force, and the role of religion in conflict and Size: KB.
SUMMARY The just war tradition (JWT) arose from a desire to have the Christian faith influence the terrible necessity of warfare. Just War Tradition allows Christians to evaluate potential conflicts and to influence other conflicts once they have begun.
It also allows Christians to see God as present and active even amid the violence and [ ]. The Ethics of War and Peace: Religious and Secular Perspectives. Edited by traditions, religious and secular. Beginning with the classic debate between political realism and natural law, this book seeks to expand the conversation by bringing in the voices of Judaism, Islam, Christian pacifism, and contemporary feminism.
The concluding. Hinduism and war Krishna reveals his true form to prove Arjuna's destiny as a warrior. Photo: Steve Jurvetson ©. Hinduism is a label that covers a wide range of Indian religious groups.
World War II is sometimes thought of as primarily a fight against Nazi Germany, with the war in the Pacific as an after-thought. Fortunately, there is no shortage of worthwhile books about the Author: Terry Hartle.
The authors speak from a just-war moral perspective to provide Christians with expert and accessible answers to more than one hundred common questions concerning the ethics of issues of war and peace at the forefront of current events, an informed Christian response is needed.
This timely volume, War, Peace, and Christianity: Questions and Answers from a Just War Perspective Brand: Crossway. Through essays written by prominent Orthodox scholars in the fields of biblical studies, church history, Byzantine studies, theology, patristics, political science, ethics, and biology, Orthodox Christian Perspectives on War presents and examines the Orthodox tradition’s nuanced and unique insights on the meaning and challenges of war with an.
The just war position has been advocated throughout history by the vast majority of Christian ethicists in all branches of the church. Based on the Bible, the just war position states that some wars are justified, and Christians may and often should bear arms in such circumstances, but that other wars are unjustified, and Christians must oppose.
Summarize the key assumptions and emphases of the functionalist, conflict, and symbolic interactionist perspectives on war and terrorism. The three major sociological perspectives offer some very different understandings of war and terrorism. You might agree with some of their assumptions and disagree with other assumptions, but together they.
The religious perspectives on Jesus vary among world religions. Jesus' teachings and the retelling of his life story have significantly influenced the course of human history, and have directly or indirectly affected the lives of billions of people, even non-Christians.
He is the most influential person to have ever lived, finding a significant place in numerous cultural contexts. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. This research formed the basis of Durkheim's book, The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life, which is certainly the best‐known study on the sociology of religion.
Durkheim viewed religion within the context of the entire society and acknowledged its place in influencing the thinking and behavior of the members of society.
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Just War is a concept that governs the conditions under which a war can be waged and how it can be waged.
Increasingly, it also handles the post-war issues of legal claims about war crimes committed previously. The theory of Just War is known in variant forms since antiquity and several versions exist within both religious and philosophical.
American propaganda cast the Cold War as one of history’s great religious wars, between the godless and the God-fearing, between good and evil.
It was a simplistic depiction that was supported and promoted in the highest echelons of government and by the leaders of America’s key institutions. During the course of the presidencies of Harry S.
Truman and Dwight Eisenhower, U.S. Author: Dianne Kirby. R eligion, say its gainsayers, is the primary cause of violence and war in human history. This is not a new claim. The secular state’s “creation myth,” writes Karen Armstrong, declares that religious drama following the Reformation had “so inflamed Catholics and Protestants that they slaughtered one another in senseless wars.”.
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