Just War, Lasting Peace: What Christian Traditions Can Teach Us

Front Cover
Orbis Books, 2006 - Philosophy - 188 pages
0 Reviews
More than 50 theologians, peace activists, military experts, public polocy analysts, and media commentators gathered together to discuss what a just war really is and how the theory applies to the war in Iraq. The participants iclude Jim Wallis, Joan Chittister, Drew Christiansen, Peter and Margaret O'Brien Steinfels, Michael Baxter, and many others.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

About the author (2006)

John Kleiderer is policy analyst for the Office of Social and International Ministries, U.S. Jesuit Conference, Washington, DC.

Paula Minaert is a freelance writer and editor.

Mark Mossa, SJ, teaches American Catholicism at Fordham University and has also taught at Loyola University in New Orleans. He frequently writes on Ignatian spirituality, contemporary Christianity and ministry with youth and young adults. He is coauthor of "Just War, Lasting Peace: What Christian Traditions Can Teach Us" and author of "Already There: Letting God Find You".

Mark Mossa, SJ, is available to speak on the following topics: Ignatian SpiritualityReligious Vocation & Personal CallingReligion & Popular CultureMinistry to Young AdultsAmerican Catholicism

Click here to contact the author.

Bibliographic information