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Christian attitude toward war

Loraine Boettner

Christian attitude toward war

by Loraine Boettner

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Published by Wm. B. Eerdmans publishing co. in Grand Rapids, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • War -- Religious aspects,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Religious aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Loraine Boettner.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR115.W2 B55 1940
    The Physical Object
    Pagination119 p.
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6472645M
    LC Control Number44025956
    OCLC/WorldCa2289998

    Presbyterian & Reformed Pub Co, Paperback in very good condition. Item # ISBN: 91 :// The right attitude is this: that I have my own will, yet I will the will of God. Most soulish believers assume an attitude of self-righteousness, though often it is scarcely detectable. They hold tenaciously to their minute opinions we ought to lay aside the small differences and pursue the common objective. The attitude of saints toward their

      The book, The Early Fathers on War and Military Service, by Louis J. Swift, has much to say about the attitude of the ante-Nicene “Fathers” and their collective attitude toward Christians being involved in war. For example, on page 50 Swift reports that Clement of Alexandria, (c. ), said: “In peace, not in war are we trained.”   Question: "What does the Bible say about attitude?" Answer: Writing from a prison cell in Rome, the apostle Paul wrote about the attitude a Christian should have: “Whatever happens, conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of the gospel of Christ” (Philippians ). The "whatever happens" here is a reference to whether Paul can come to visit the Philippians or ://

       The Early Christian Attitude to War who was a soldier before conversion may remain so after it, then it follows that a Christian layman might become a soldier if he wished to. That this con clusion was drawn by the end of the second century we have already ://   The Christian's Attitude Toward War Written by H. Leo Boles The Christian's Attitude Toward War by H. Leo Boles The teachings of the New Testament breathe the spirit of peace. The incessant references to peace and mildness and placability emphasize the


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Boettner does a very good job of outlining an attitude for war, but I found this book too strangely connected to patriotism, americanism, and "the red, white, and blue." I was hoping, based on other works by Boettner, that he would take more time to analyze the Just War  › Books › Christian Books & Bibles › Theology.

The Christian Attitude Toward War book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for :// The Christian Attitude Toward War. £ £ 4 in stock (can be backordered) Categories: * Publisher, Christian attitude toward war book Living, P&R. Tags: Books, Christian At War, Christian Ethics, Loraine Boettner, P&R, War, War And The Churches, World Wars Boettner’s crisp analysis of these and other issues makes this book a valuable and enduring Additional Physical Format: Online version: Boettner, Loraine, Christian attitude toward war.

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Is there such a thing as a just war. What are the premises of pacificism. Many have claimed that all war is wrong at all times—wrong for the defenders and for the aggressors—and that even when waged with the purpose of restraining evil, war produces greater evils than those against which it is directed.

In response to these multiple viewpoints, Boettner writes this   Is There a Christian Attitude toward War. Free pastors and Christian leadership resources for your church ministry and congregation at ps:// /is-there-a-christian-attitude-toward-warhtml.

I am pleased to report that The Early Christian Attitude to War is now available online, both in PDF and HTML, and in a printed, hardbound reprint edition.

Although Cadoux’s book was written just after World War I, nothing written since then on this important subject is comparable in any way to :// /laurence-m-vance/the-early-christian-attitude-towards-war.

What may be called the modern interest in the early Christian attitude to war, begins with the great work of Hugo Grotius, De Jure Belli ac Pacis, published in In lib. i, cap. ii, of that work, Grotius quotes some of the New Testament and patristic passages bearing on the subject, and controverts the conclusion that might be drawn from Christian Attitudes Toward War & Peace book.

Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. s/t: A Historical Survey & Critical Reevaluation The Christian Attitude Toward War - Kindle edition by Loraine Boettner, CrossReach Publications. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Christian Attitude Toward :// A TIME FOR WAR A Christian Attitude Toward War David Dykstra The substance of this material is taken from two sermons that were preached in response to the attacks on American soil on September 11th, Although nearly 8 years have passed since these vicious attacks the messages delivered are of vital importance to all who love ?flag=1.

The three classic attitudes of the Church toward war, -- Pacifism, the Just War and The Crusade -- are given careful treatment historically, theologically and Biblically. The failure of all these approaches and the endeavor to protest, as the peace churches did, or to outlaw war /christian-attitudes-toward-war-and-peace.

The Christian Attitude Toward War [This is the "Discussion" section of a research paper on the topic of the Christian and war. The rest of the paper (not included here) looks more in-depth at the various views, gives a historical overview of views held by the church (down through the centuries), and examines what the Bible says on the topic of lorg/salvjudg/pdf/ How is the Christian attitudes towards war.

Wiki User Australia's "attitude" towards the Vietnam War, mirrored America's attitude. A book of the names and address of people living in a ://   THE CHRISTIAN ATTITUDE TOWARD WAR Introduction Throughout history, Christians have been concerned about what their attitude should be toward war.

A great number of conflicting views have existed. The purpose of this paper is to examine these views, and lorg/salvjudg/pdf/ Publisher Review: Brings biblical and historical data to bear upon issues of war and peace, pacifism, military force, civil disobedience, and nuclear :// Buy Christian Attitude Toward War by Loraine Boettner in Paperback format at Koorong ().

Any scholarship that addresses the evolution of Christian perspectives on warfare generally references this book.

first published in Although the scholarship of this work is now outdated and critiqued, Bainton's work is foundational in the area. Bainton believes that the Christian community started out pacifistic, then developed the just war doctrine, and finally adopted holy war ideals. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: iii, 91 pages ; 22 cm: Contents: The present crisis --What the Old Testament teaches concerning war --What the New Testament teaches concerning war --War symbolism in the Scriptures and in hymns --Historical aspects --War caused by sin --Military and police force based on the same principle --America not a militaristic   The Christian view of war has changed throughout the history of the faith.

The early church (the first years) was strongly pacifist. Origen said that Christians "do not go forth as soldiers".In Rom verses describe our attitude toward serving God.

Verses describe our attitudes toward other Christians. Verses describe our attitudes toward malicious enemies. 1.

Our Attitude Toward Serving God. Paul had described a number of God’s mercies in the earlier chapters of the book