Haunts of Violence in the Church
A critique of the "just war" doctrine first espoused by Saint Augustine and a recounting of the history of violence in the Christian Church. The author argues that war and violence are both perversions of the true teachings of Jesus Christ.
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When and How The Church Turned to Violence
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