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[Table of contents] (BH-1) Contents (DH) Foreword 00 (DH) Introduction 00 What Is War? 00 How to Use This Book Continuum of Approaches to War and Peace (chart) 00 (DH) 1 A Crash Course in Christian Ethics 00 Christian Ethics 00 War Is an Ethical Issue 00 Discussion Questions 00 (DH) 2 Pacifism 00 Degrees of Pacifism 00 Pacifism and Scripture 00 Christian Pacifism through the Ages 00 Challenges to Christian Pacifism 00 Discussion Questions 00 (DH) 3 Holy War 00 Demonizing the Enemy 00 Christian Holy War 00 What Is a Holy War? 00 Discussion Questions 00 (DH) 4 Just War Theory: A Third Way? 00 The Just War Tradition 00 The Just War Theory (JWT) 00 Discussion Questions 00 (DH) 5 Challenges to and Adaptations of the Just War Theory 00 Three Principal Challenges to the Just War Theory 00 Two Adaptations of the Just War Theory 00 Defending the Just War Theory 00 Discussion Questions 00 (DH) 6 Conclusion 00 (DH) Appendix: Jewish and Muslim Perspectives on War and Peace 00 Judaism 00 Islam 00 Christian Holy War and Muslim Jihad: A Comparison 00 Conclusion 00 Discussion Questions 00 (DH) Church Documents Cited 00 (DH) Recommended Reading 00 (DH) Index 00
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
War -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Peace -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.