just war

Logan Isaac 07-06-2010
This past Fourth of July weekend, I reflected on Kurt Willems' recent post, which had a lot of great po
Kurt Willems 07-02-2010
I want to start out this post with two huge disclaimers: What I am about to write may sound radical or irrational to some.
Logan Isaac 02-09-2010
Not long ago, I blogged about my trip to Iraq with fellow God's Politics blogger Shane Claiborne and
I was saddened by our president's acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize. He missed a chance to witness to courage and leadership. True, Mr.
Ryan Beiler 10-16-2009

I had invited one of our regular bloggers to comment on the "desert cross" controversy--a Supreme Court case deciding the appropriateness of a cross erected on Mojave National Preserve to honor World War I dead.

Just peace theory is the middle way between pacifism and just war theory. It recognizes the moral force of nonviolence and the goal of a world that solves its disputes through nonviolent means.
Logan Isaac 08-04-2009
I'm a big fan of iTunesU, and I usually try to listen to informative podcasts on long drives, since I can't read and drive simultaneously.
Logan Isaac 05-29-2009
I, like Aaron Taylor before me, noticed the GQ expose of the Worldwi
Barry Clemson 02-04-2009

Peace actions often evoke disgust, anger, and fear from the uninvolved bystander. Epithets are hurled at the demonstrators, with coward and traitor perhaps the favorites. Why should advocating peace evoke fear from the bystander?

Barry Clemson 01-08-2009
The dynamics of "violence begets violence" are simple and probably understood by everyone who has ever been in a fight.
Jim Wallis 10-16-2008
Pastor Adam Hamilton talks about how his suburban megachurch engages issues of social justice in the education system of their inner-city