Christianity & militarism

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Canadian Peace Research Institute , Oakville, Ont
Militarism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity., War -- Religious aspects -- Christia
StatementElbert W. Russell.
SeriesPeace research reviews -- v.4 no.3
ContributionsCanadian Peace Research Institute
LC ClassificationsJX1901 .P395 vol. 4, no. 3, BT736.2 .P395 vol. 4, no. 3
The Physical Object
Pagination84 p. :
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Open LibraryOL18645346M

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If you've ever wondered how so many of America's Evangelicals can be "pro-life" when it comes to abortion and "pro-death" when it comes to war and militarism, you'll enjoy "War, Christianity, and the State." In it Laurence Vance (himself an Evangelical) lambastes contemporary Evangelicals who idolize the state and the military/5(4).

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Militarism is a Christian problem. Militarism, strictly defined as an ideological focus on military matters, predates Christianity or even Judaism, indeed is one of the oldest parts of human culture.

The early Christian movement was at least explicitly nonviolent, leaving a large corpus of writings and testimonies to that end.

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