Keith Pavlischek

Keith Pavlischek, contributing editor, is a military affairs expert with a focus on just war theory and the ethics of war. He retired as a colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps in 2007 after thirty years of active and reserve service having served in Desert Storm, Bosnia, Iraq, with the U.S. Central Command, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. He is the author of John Courtney Murray and the Dilemma of Religious Toleration (1994) and numerous articles, including a chapter on the ethics of asymmetric warfare in the Ashgate Research Companion to Military Ethics (2015).

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True North, Ep. 12 | A Continued Conversation on Race, the Church, and Politics
True North, Ep. 12 | A Continued Conversation on Race, the Church, and Politics

Marc LiVecche, Derryck Green, and Keith Pavlischek continue their conversation on race, the church, and politics.

True North, Ep. 11 | A Discussion on a New Poll about the Black Church
True North, Ep. 11 | A Discussion on a New Poll about the Black Church

Marc LiVecche, Derryck Green, and Keith Pavlischek discuss a recent poll from Pew Research about the Black church and spirituality in America.

Keith Pavlischek Lecture: “Christianity & Pacifism”

The following lecture was recorded during Providence’s 2017 Christianity and National Security Conference. Keith Pavlischek discusses the history of pacifism…