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Religious conscience and nuclear warfare

Religious conscience and nuclear warfare

1982 Paine lectures in religion

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Published by Dept. of Religious Studies, University of Missouri-Columbia in [Columbia, Mo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear warfare -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.,
  • Nuclear warfare -- Moral and ethical aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Jill Raitt.
    SeriesPaine lectures in religion -- 1982
    ContributionsHauerwas, Stanley, 1940-, Green, Ronald Michael., Raitt, Jill.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 34 p. ;
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14890049M

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    Religiously-based civil unrest and warfare. In Northern Ireland, "the troubles" refer to about three decades of violence, largely between the Roman Catholics nationalist community who sought union with Ireland and the primarily Protestant unionist community who want to remain part of the was largely rooted in discrimination by the Protestant majority against the Catholic minority. What happens when religious faith meets scientific facts? Many believe that conflict defines the relationship between science and religion, especially the Christian religion. But the war between faith and science is a myth—a very popular myth—that has endured for too long. By investigating the root of this myth and reexamining its classic stories, Science and [ ].

      In a recent article of mine about Christians apologists for the state, its military, and its wars, I mentioned, for the first time I believe, the term “nuclear Christian.” I would like to elaborate on the meaning of this neologism. Another anniversary of the dropping by the United States of the atomic bombs “Little Boy” and “Fat Man” on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima (August 6.   Reviving the nuclear arms consciousness. One of the book’s most gripping scenes is the courtroom trial, where the arguments for and against the defendants were laid out. The resisters.


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OCLC Number: Description: v, 34 pages ; 23 cm. Contents: Introduction --On surviving justly: an ethical analysis of nuclear disarmament / by Stanley M. Hauerwas --Moral axioms for the nuclear age / by Ronald M.

Title: Paine lectures in religion, Responsibility: edited by Jill Raitt. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nuclear weapons and Christian conscience. London: Merlin, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. The pronouncements of the Holy See all point to this as the only ultimate solution.

The first duty of the Christian is to help clarify thought on this point by taking the stand that all-out nuclear, bacterial or chemical warfare is unacceptable as a practical solution to international problems because it would mean the destruction of the world.

NOTES. 1 "U.S. at War," TIME, Vol. XLVI, No. 8 (Aug ) p 2 Speech to the American Society of Newspaper Editors, Ap 3 Toward a New Security: Lessons of the Forty Years Since Trinity (Cambridge: Union of Concerned Scientists, ) p 4 "The Russell-Einstein Manifesto," in We Can Avert a Nuclear War, eds.

William Epstein and Lucy Webster (Cambridge:. He found that each defendant felt compelled by religious beliefs, by conscience, and by God to demonstrate and take action against nuclear weapons at. The book deals with the political, social, civil, and religious atmosphere before, during, and after WWI.

What is most disturbing about the book, for those of us naive Maybe even 4 1/2. A really good book/5. Superior Orders, Nuclear Warfare, and the Dictates of Conscience: The Dilemma of Military Obedience in the Atomic Age - Volume 55 Issue 1 - Guenter LewyCited by: Christian Conscience and Nuclear Escapism by Robert Bachelder Mr.

Bachelder, who has worked in banking, in was minister of Worcester City Missionary Society (United Church of Christ) in Worcester, Massachusetts. Catholics and nuclear war: race attack believe Catholic teaching Challenge of Peace Christ Christian Christian pacifism church cited civilian concrete conflict conscience conventional council danger debate defense destruction deterrence policy Literary Criticism / American / General Nuclear warfare Nuclear warfare/ Religious aspects.

A seared conscience. The seared conscience which Paul refers to in 1 Tim. is the conscience that has become insensible to moral and spiritual discernment through persistent violations of it. It is clear from our discussion thus far that conscience is a function of both the intellect and the Size: 50KB.

As Andrew Brown shows in Keeper of the Nuclear Conscience, Joseph Rotblat's life—from an impoverished childhood in war-torn Warsaw to an active old age that brought honors and public recognition, including the Nobel Peace Prize—is a compelling human story in itself.

What gives it added significance is Rotblat's single-minded dedication to peaceful causes, particularly his pursuit of 5/5(5). Credits "The Warfare of Conscience with Theology" in the author's The Mind and Art of Victorian England, which the University of Minnesota Press published in It has been included in the Victorian Web with the kind permission of the author, who of course retains copyright.

This web version is a project supported by the University Scholars Programme of the National University of Singapore. Chapter 9 The Role of Religion in Nuclear Disarmament At the top of any religion’s priority list should be the quest for world peace.

If so, members of these religions should be seriously concerned about weapons of war that can destroy the earth.

Dear URI Members, URI’s Voices for a World Without Nuclear Weapons CC wants all URI members to know that S is the first observance of the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons.

There is a great deal of information about this day at UNfold Zero’s official website. On this website you can find a short video about International Day for the Total. Thus, a religious refusal to commit idolatry may have been the main motive, and not always a refusal, on ethical grounds, to engage in war.

Many apparent pacifists, in. Ethics and weapons of mass destruction: religious and secular perspectives / edited by Sohail H. Hashmi and Steven P. Lee. isbn – isbn (pbk.) 1. Nuclear warfare – Moral and ethical aspects.

Weapons of mass destruction – Moral and ethical aspects. Hashmi, Sohail H., – ii. This book began to Cited by: Books shelved as nuclear-war: Alas, Babylon by Pat Frank, On the Beach by Nevil Shute, The Compound by S.A.

Bodeen, Z for Zachariah by Robert C. O'Brien. Louis Whitley Strieber (/ ˈ s t r iː b ər /; born J ) is an American writer best known for his horror novels The Wolfen and The Hunger and for Communion, a non-fiction account of his alleged experiences with non-human has maintained a dual career of author of fiction and advocate of paranormal concepts through his best-selling non-fiction books, his Unknown Country Born: Louis Whitley Strieber, J (age 74).

Jerry Maguire (played by Tom Cruise in a film of the same name) is a successful, high-profile sports agent who, at develops a conscience about the way he does business, about the way he steamrolls athletes in pursuit of the almighty 's life was at its peak.

He was one of the best in his line, he was making a mint representing some of the best athletes in the country, and he. The nuclear reality not only takes us beyond Niebuhr and real politics; it also takes us beyond the “just war” as a justification or rationalization for the use of nuclear weapons.

Nuclear warfare is indicted, not vindicated, by the limiting categories of just-war criteria such as due proportion, just means, just intentions and reasonable. If the Conscience and Religious Freedom Division allows health care providers in these states to deny patients euthanasia or other means of doctor-assisted suicide, it's refusing them the "death Author: Monica Hunter-Hart.Many claim that nuclear deterrence is responsible for keeping peace between the superpowers in the post-World War II age.

Yet nuclear deterrence has always made moralists, philosophers, and just plain people uncomfortable, based as it is on our own vulnerability and the threat to unleash nuclear weapons in response to aggression from enemies who seek to exploit this vulnerability.Statement of Religious Leaders on North Korea Nuclear Agreement Bishop Thomas Wenski, J ; Letter to Senate and House Chairs and Ranking Members on Nuclear Weapons Funding Bishop Thomas Wenski, May 9, ; Backgrounder on Nuclear Arms and Landmines Weapons April ; Background on Nuclear Arms and Landmines February