Item description for Peacemaking Christians: The Future of Just Wars, Pacifism, and Nonviolent Resistance by Michael K. Duffey...
Overview Over the past fifteen hundred years the Catholic tradition has developed a set of clear moral conditions intended to restrain war-making. Today these conditions face enormous challenges in the radically changed, contemporary context of modern warfare. In light of both modern warfare and modern Catholic teaching, Michael Duffey examines and assesses three traditional Christian approaches to peace and war. He studies the limits and possibilities of the just war tradition, evaluates the often dismissed position of pacifism, and illuminates the often overlooked power of nonviolent resistance.
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Studio: Sheed & Ward
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.04" Width: 6.38" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.49 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 1999
Publisher Sheed & Ward
ISBN 1556127642 ISBN13 9781556127649
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More About Michael K. Duffey
Michael Duffey has taught Christian social ethics at Marquette University for many years. His interest in the area of social justice deepened during Peace Corps experience in Asia. He has studied development in Asia and Central America, including the role of churches and other international organizations. Dr. Duffey's special research interest is the theological foundations and the 20th century practice of nonviolence. He holds a doctorate in theology from the University of Notre Dame.