AffiliationSt. John's College, University of Durham ; Sacred Heart University
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AbstractThis book debates the ethics and morality of war within a Christian context. It discusses sources and methods for a Christian ethic of war, Christian pacifism and the just war tradition, humanitarian intervention, the challenges of weapons proliferation, and political and holy terrorism. It concludes with a case study on the Iraq war as spreading democracy or asserting national interests.
CitationWashington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2007
PublisherGeorgetown University Press
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