E 128 When Is War Justified? (2003)


When is war justified? and when is it just? Christians have explored this question down the centuries; but recent events have radically changed the nature of war and therefore the way this question might be answered.

This new study takes into account both earlier arguments and the new context. It sets out the issues with great clarity and shows how Christians can make a prophetic and distinctive contribution to contemporary debate. It will be essential reading for anyone concerned to relate the gospel to contemporary society.

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Author: Andrew Goddard

The Revd Canon Dr Andrew Goddard studied PPE and Theology at Oxford University, completing a doctorate in Christian political thought. He has taught ethics at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford and Trinity College, Bristol. He is Senior Research Fellow at the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics (KLICE) and Assistant Minister, St James the Less, Pimlico where his wife, Lis, is Vicar. His most recent books are ‘Good Disagreement? Grace and Truth in a Divided Church’ (edited with Andrew Atherstone) and ‘Rowan Williams: His Legacy,’ both with Lion Hudson.

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