Ain't Gonna Study War No More: Biblical Ambiguity and the Abolition of War
While some Biblical passages condemn violence and long for peace, others tell of the wars of God's people and picture God as commanding war. Winn examines the ambiguity that is faithful to Scripture, yet contributes to the peril posed on our planet by continuing to rely on war to settle international conflicts.
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