Book Description An indispensable resource for understanding what a just war really is.
How does the just war theory apply to the war in Iraq? Can religion, which has been at the root of wars, illuminate a new path to peace?
More than 50 theologians, peace activists, military experts, public policy analysts, and media commentators gathered together to answer these questions. This book is the result of their exploration. It offers clarity and hope.
The participants included Jim Wallis, Joan Chittister, Drew Christiansen, Robert Royal, Michael Baxter, Gregory Reichberg, Mary Cusimano Love, Peter and Margaret O’Brien Steinfels, and many others.
John Kleiderer is policy analyst for the Office of Social and International Ministries, U.S. Jesuit Conference, Washington, D.C. Paula Minaert is a freelance writer and editor in Hyattsville, Maryland. Mark Mossa, S.J., is a student at Weston Jesuit School of Theology in Cambridge, Massachusetts.