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The Right to Act in Conscience
This is the second installment of a series Logan Mehl-Laituri is writing for God's Politics focusing on selective conscientious objection. Read his first installment here.
Securing Soldiers' Rights to Selective Conscientious Objection
Last March I testified at the Truth Commission on Conscience in War (TCCW) at the Riverside Church in New York City.
Seeking Peace Among the Peoples
Wikileaks, Truth Tellers, and a Crisis of Conscience
Video of Civilian Deaths in Iraq and America's Culture of Violence
"C'mon, just let us shoot
We All Share Responsibility for Going to War -- and for Stopping It
A comment on my recent blog about The Hurt Locker really got my blood boiling.
Hurt Locker Can't Contain the Reality of War
I am not a movie buff by any standard, but somehow I suspect I am not the only one who was more than a little surprised at the reception of the latest war movie at Sunday's Oscars.
The Contentious Issue of 'Selective Conscientious Objection'
Encouraging Informed Freedom of Conscience on Questions of War
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