Haunts of Violence in the Church
Infinity Publishing, 2005 - 312 Seiten
A critique of the "just war" doctrine first espoused by Saint Augustine and a recounting of the history of violence in the Christian Church. The author argues that war and violence are both perversions of the true teachings of Jesus Christ.
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How and Where Peace Is Found
When and How The Church Turned to Violence
The Bogus Just War Theology Of Mainline Churches
Understanding Violence in The Old Testament
The Misuse of the New Testament To Justify War
The Peace Church That Continues to Live in Christ
Repent Believe the Gospel and Be Jesus Peace Church
Rethinking Schools For Our Children
About the Author
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