Table of contents for Peace in the post-Christian era / Thomas Merton ; edited with an introduction by Patricia A. Burton.

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Preface by Jim Forest
Introduction: The Book That Never Was by Patricia A. Burton 
Editor?s note
Peace in the Post-Christian Era
1 Preamble: Peace?A Religious Responsibility
2 Can We Choose Peace?
3 The Dance of Death 
4 The Christian as Peacemaker [1]
5 War in Origen and St. Augustine
6 The Legacy of Machiavelli
7 Justice in Modern War
8 Religious Problems of the Cold War
9 Theologians and Defense
10 The Christian as Peacemaker [2]
11 Beyond East and West
12 Moral Passivity and Demonic Activism
13 The Scientists and Nuclear War
14 Red or Dead? The Anatomy of a Cliché
15 Christian Perspectives in World Crisis
16 Christian Conscience and National Defense
17	The Christian Choice	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Peace Religious aspects Catholic Church, Nuclear warfare Religious aspects Catholic Church