Does the use of drones meet just war criteria? That depends on how you define your terms.
Eye in the Sky suggests a Godlike view of drone warfare. But what if we consider a different theological angle?
How might Christian communities take up war-making and peacemaking as acts of discipleship?
Nearly 50 years ago, Bob Dylan romped through a century of American warfare in his song “With God on Our Side.” From killing Indians to developing nuclear weapons, in Dylan’s view Americans acted with the hubris of knowing they had divine approval. After all, “You never ask questions / When God’s on your side.” Dylan’s verses didn’t mention the Revolutionary War, but they just as well could have.