Logan (Mehl-Laituri) Isaac is an Army veteran with combat experience in Iraq. He has also traveled with Christian Peacemaker Teams in Israel and Palestine. Testimonies from the truth commission hearings and the final report can be found here.
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Prepared to Die, but Not to Kill
Court-martialed for Christian Conscience
There are good men (and certainly at least a few women) who have been slipping through the cracks within our military. Too often service members are not made fully aware of their rights under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Sgt. Travis Bishop, out of Ft.
Risking Ourselves for Peace
The State and the Union
Should the government get out of the marriage business?
The Myth of Holy War
When Calls to 'Unity' Sow Division in the Civil Union Debate
The Sad State of Dialogue on Civil Unions
The Myth of Redemptive Violence: The Day the Earth Stood Still
An Iraq Veteran's Ambivalent Vote
Body of War's All-Star Soundtrack
My Testimony as a 'Winter Soldier' Witness
The Limits of Obedience
In my last post, I illustrated my intention to participate in a collective type of confession from members of our Armed Forces. I am of course speaking of the upcoming
War Crimes or Criminal War
Soldier Suicides: Counting the Forgotten Casualties of War
After more than six years of field exercises in some of the most grueling weather our country offers, I am rarely affected by even the most chilling winter rains. Months of accumulated time in the forests of North Carolina, the deserts of California, and the wetlands of Louisiana - training for war has built up in me a bit of immunity to succumbing to the shivers. However, there is one thing that [...]
Soldier Saints and Patriot Pacifists
Returning to a Green Orthodoxy
In an encouraging shift away from the status quo, many Christian groups are taking a more focused look at stewarding God's creation. A few notable references to biblical environmentalism have been popping up in the news lately. On the recently aired CNN series "God's Warriors," Richard Cizik explains