The first visit to Hiroshima by a sitting US head of state reminds us that the end of war is peace
Marc LiVeccheMay 27, 2016
Christian ethicists should read less moral theology and political philosophy and more history.
Nigel BiggarMay 18, 2016
Kenneth Himes’ Drones and the Ethics of Targeted Killing offers an ethical and theological analysis of how we do and should use drones.
Nathaniel PetersMay 13, 2016
From the Winter, 2016 Print Edition
Mark CoppengerMay 10, 2016
The Episcopal Church has taken a strong stand in support of Responsibility to Protect (R2P), an international norm developed to stop genocide and other crimes against humanity.
Matt GobushApril 28, 2016
No – though The National Catholic Reporter would apparently like you to think it is.
James Turner JohnsonApril 26, 2016
The just war ethic is really and first an approach to politics as the moral exercise of power in service of justice, fairness, stability, and ultimately peace.
Joseph E. CapizziApril 14, 2016
A three day conference in Rome, co-convened by a Vatican council and Catholic peacemakers groups, is taking another look at an old debate
James Turner JohnsonApril 12, 2016
C.S. Lewis & the Just War Character
Marc LiVeccheMarch 16, 2016
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