Table of contents for Who would Jesus kill? : war, peace, and the Christian tradition / Mark Allman.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.

Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter
[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.