Modernity, the Environment, and the Christian Just War Tradition

Modernity, the Environment, and the Christian Just War Tradition

Explicates the way the Christian just war tradition shaped modernity and modernity's blindness to the interpenetration of nature and politics. This book sits uniquely at the intersection of just war thinking, environmental history, and theological ethics.

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