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Peace and modern war in the judgment of the church

Karl Hörmann

Peace and modern war in the judgment of the church

by Karl Hörmann

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Published by Newman Press in Westminster, MD .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • War -- Religious aspects.,
  • Peace -- Religious aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementTranslated by Caroline Hemesath.
    Classifications
    LC Classifications BT736.2 .H613
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 162 p. ;
    Number of Pages162
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17309000M

    “When two of the brightest minds around put their insights together on questions about war, peace, and Christianity, you get this remarkable book. Employing a question-and-answer format, the authors seek to prompt readers of all kinds—whether philosophers, historians, statesmen, theologians, combatants, or individuals—to consider. Full text of " War And Peace " See other formats. TEXT FLY WITHIN THE BOOK ONLY Tight Binding Book CO > UJ ft m OUP 10, Copies. OSMANIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Call No ^^L Accession No ^95 gg Author -j- > y^ Title W*' (*~' This book should bc^rcturned on or before the date last marked below. War and.

    Justice has to do with life, not judgment. Do justice and live—do injustice and face judgment. The key to the book of Amos lies in its final few verses (). This conclusion portrays restoration and healing. Many scholars see this vision as added on to the book later, arguing that it contradicts the book’s central punitive message.   The form and content of the book may well divide opinion amongst historians. However, for the most part, this will be grist to the mill for a work that argues that ‘in the modern West belief has effectively become a synonym for opinion or judgement: a space of autonomy rather than a prescription for its exercise’ (p. 6).

    President Ezra Taft Benson (–) observed, “From the Book of Mormon we learn how disciples of Christ live in times of war” (in Conference Report, Oct. , 5; or Ensign, Nov. , 7). Mormon included several accounts of war in the Book of Mormon for a purpose.   After victory over the forces of Amalickiah and Ammoron, the Nephites experienced several years of continual peace, great prosperity, and church growth. Yet these years of blessing soon led the Nephites to “exceedingly great pride.” Dissenting Nephites joined the Lamanites, and in the resulting war many Nephites were killed, the city of Zarahemla was .


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