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Lines in the Sand

Alan GeyerBarbara Green

Lines in the Sand

Alan GeyerBarbara Green

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188 pages

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Based on the debates of bishops, church councils, and scholars who reflected on policy alternatives and invoked theological and ethical perspectives on the Gulf crisis,Lines in the Sandfocuses on moral issues surrounding the Persian Gulf War. Alan Geyer and Barbara Green present a penetrating case study of foreign policy, military policy, moral argument, and religious discourse, while arguing that the "just war" tradition offers only partial aid for Christian reflection in matters of war and peace.



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About "Lines in the Sand"

188 pages
- Publisher

Based on the debates of bishops, church councils, and scholars who reflected on policy alternatives and invoked theological and ethical perspectives on the Gulf crisis,Lines in the Sandfocuses on moral issues surrounding the Persian Gulf War. Alan Geyer and Barbara Green present a penetrating case study of foreign policy, military policy, moral argument, and religious discourse, while arguing that the "just war" tradition offers only partial aid for Christian reflection in matters of war and peace.


- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Alan Geyer

Alan Geyer is Professor Emeritus of Political Ethics and Ecumenics at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C.

Barbara Green

Green is Associate for Peacemaking Issues, Washington Office, Presbyterian Church (USA).

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  • Catalogue Code 197657
  • Product Code 0664253016
  • EAN 9780664253011
  • Pages 188
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category War/peace
  • Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
  • Publication Date Feb 1992
  • Dimensions 204 x 136 x 15 mm
  • Weight 0.011kg

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