arms race

Lindsey Paris-Lopez 05-13-2016

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Confessing our own violence would not deny violence committed against us. Rather, an apology could call attention to war atrocities of the past and present on all sides. Admitting that the deadliest bombings in history had selfish strategic motivations, admitting that life was so thoroughly devalued and destroyed for no greater good (as if a greater good could exist) could force people on all sides to rethink the “necessities” of other wars past and present. Debunking one war lie could lead to the debunking of many war lies. And governments built on violence, powers upheld and strengthened by the looming threat of death, seek to extinguish the light of truth.

Jim Rice 02-11-2013

The way to stop is to stop.

David P. Gushee 01-07-2013

Evangelicals are gearing up to be makers of peace. Are they ready for the serious responsibilities that entails?

Danny Duncan Collum 12-01-1986

On October 11, 1986, in Reykjavik, Iceland, history came to a turning point.