Who Would Jesus Kill?: War, Peace, and the Christian Tradition
A concise, provocative look at the continuum of approaches to war and peace within the Christian tradition and beyond: pacifism, holy war, and just war.
InWho Would Jesus Kill? War, Peace, and the Christian Tradition,Dr. Mark J. Allman asks a provocative, timely, and timeless question. Readable and thought-provoking,Who Would Jesus Kill?Provides an overview of approaches to war and peace within the Christian tradition. The author invites students to reflect on their own views as he examines in detail the topics of holy war, just war, and pacifism. An appendix further explores the issues of war and peace from Jewish and Muslim perspectives.
In the video below, Allman gives a lecture called "Gods of War." The lecture is broken into nine videos. View the rest of the lecture athttp://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=265E4A598BE60A61
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