This article about the viewpoints of Christians & the Church in response to World War II was originally published in Christianity & Crisis on June 15, 1942.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineJune 30, 2017
In light of Reinhold Niebuhr’s writings, a realistic idealism can provide a basic approach to the refugee and migration crisis in Europe.
Lubomir Martin OndrasekJune 29, 2017
With his novel concept of sovereign obligation in A World in Disarray, Richard Haass makes an important advance in the search for peace in a disoriented world. But its advances fall short, unable to grasp the essential moral quality of world order.
Matt GobushJune 12, 2017
This article about the reality of God’s eternal love and justice amidst the context of World War II was originally published in Christianity & Crisis on May 18, 1942.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineMay 11, 2017
From the Print Edition: Morality & Interests in Syria
Robert NicholsonMay 8, 2017
75 years ago, Executive Order 9066, forcibly relocating Japanese Americans, went into full effect. Reinhold Niebuhr didn’t think it should have.
Marc LiVeccheMay 3, 2017
Christians have a sacred duty to help ensure that achieving victory in wars abroad does not come at the cost of losing peace at home
Christianity & Crisis MagazineFebruary 23, 2017
75 years ago Reinhold Niebuhr rejoiced that America had finally resolved to do her duty
Marc LiVeccheJanuary 17, 2017
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