Paul Ramsey was among the greatest theologians of the 20th century and we are in sore need of his ideas today
John SheltonApril 25, 2023
When do nations have not only the option of but the responsibility to intervene in the affairs of other nations?
J. Daryl CharlesApril 13, 2023
Herbert Butterfield, despite having been one of the world’s foremost Christian Realists, was deeply conflicted on nuclear arms.
Robert JoustraJanuary 20, 2023
Germany does not love her neighbor when she rejects Ukraine’s plea for defensive weapons.
Christian Nikolaus BraunFebruary 23, 2022
Regardless of what happens to Kyle Rittenhouse in the courts, treating vigilantes like heroes sets a dangerous precedent.
Mark MeltonSeptember 28, 2020
Three decades after the Cold War’s end, do we still need a nuclear arsenal today? Edward Ifft thinks not and in Christianity Today urges his fellow Christians to believe likewise. Peter Feaver, William Inboden, and Michael Singh disagree.
Peter Feaver & William Inboden & Michael SinghJune 8, 2020
William Inboden is sharp strategic thinker with theological heft.
Mark TooleyJune 1, 2020
Realism and the just war ethic both pursue war in certain contexts, so they can appear to be close cousins. But the just war ethic shares less with realism than realism shares with pacifism.
Joseph E. CapizziMarch 23, 2020
There are three important reasons why Paul Ramsey’s “The Just War” should be remembered and read by those who haven’t yet encountered it, or reread by those who have.
James Turner JohnsonSeptember 30, 2019
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