J. Milburn Thompson is chair and professor of theology at Bellarmine University, Louisville, Kentucky, and the author of Justice and Peace: A Christian Primer and Introducing Catholic Social Thought, both published by Orbis.
Patricia Lamoureux and Paul Wadell have written a text in fundamental Catholic moral theology with a creative twist. The topics of several of the chapters are unconventional and fresh, but even when the topic is traditional, the approach contains refreshing elements.
A native of England, James Alison converted to Catholicism when he was 18. He studied with the Dominicans at Oxford, received his doctorate in systematic theology from the Jesuit theology faculty in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and has lived and worked in several Latin American countries and in the United States.
Just War as Christian Discipleship: Recentering the Tradition in the Church Rather than the State
In the foreword to Just War as Christian Discipleship, Lieutenant Colonel Scott A. Sterling, an army chaplain, recounts a conversation he had with a female officer in Iraq who was eager to make moral sense of her combat experience. Is it right that we are here?
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