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Christian attitudes toward war and peace

Roland Herbert Bainton

Christian attitudes toward war and peace

a historical survey and critical re-evaluation.

by Roland Herbert Bainton

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Published by Abingdon Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • War -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- History of doctrines.,
  • Church history.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT736.2 .B3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination299 p.
    Number of Pages299
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17755863M

    Such is this interpretation of early-Christian moral attitudes toward peace, war, and military service. It varies in detail, of course, depending on the narrative intent of the author giving it; yet the general shape of this account is widely presupposed in contemporary Christian writings on war. It is an interpre­Cited by: War and Peace Christian Attitudes Christian Church may speak out against killing, teachings of Jesus do not support. Some, such as Quakers, disagree with war and actively try to stop it from happening. fight for their country and faith. Keywords: Peace, War, Justice, Forgiveness, Reconciliation. Aug 22,  · See, for example, Christian Attitudes Toward War and Peace, by Roland Bainton. See Craig Blomberg, Jesus and the Gospels (Broadman & Holman Publishers, ), , or David R. Plaster, “The Christian and War: A Matter of Personal Conscience” Grace Theological Journal vol. 6: . Jul 21,  · His most popular book was Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther; but Luther scholarship has gone far beyond Bainton since Here I Stand was published in Bainton’sChristian Attitudes Toward War and Peace, however, which was first published in , continues to exert a significant influence on Christian thought today.


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Jan 22,  · Christian Attitudes Toward War and Peace: A Historical Survey and Critical Re-Evaluation Paperback – November 1, by Roland H Bainton (Author)Cited by: Mar 31,  · Speaking of Christian attitudes toward war and peace book title, it is reminiscent of Roland H.

Bainton's Christian Attitudes Toward War, Peace, and Revolution, a foundational book in this area but long out of date. Evidently the intent of the title is to present Yoder as the new foundation of Christian peace studies Cited by: Christian Attitudes Toward War and Peace [Roland H.

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Click Download or Read Online button to CHRISTIAN ATTITUDES TOWARD WAR AND PEACE book pdf for free now. Christian attitudes toward war and peace: A historical survey and critical re-evaluation. Christian Attitudes to War, Peace, and Revolution. John Howard Yoder was one of the most important thinkers on just war and pacifism in the late twentieth century.

This newly compiled collection of Yoder's lectures and writings on these issues describes, analyzes, and evaluates various patterns of thought and practice in Western Christian history/5.

Bainton believes that the Christian community started out pacifistic, then developed the just war doctrine, and finally adopted holy war ideals. He traces this trajectory from the Early Church up through the wars and conflicts of the 20th century (this book was written in ).

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First there are the doves, the pacifists who are opposed to all war and all violence. We all have sympathy for this position.

The biblical image of heaven, after all, is of peace and harmony, where people "will beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. The three classic attitudes of the Church toward war, -- Pacifism, the Just War and The Crusade -- are given careful treatment historically, theologically and Biblically.

The failure of all these approaches and the endeavor to protest, as the peace churches did, or to outlaw war, as the nations did, are all reviewed. Christian Attitudes Toward War and Peace: A Historical Survey and Critical Re-Evaluation: Roland H.

Bainton out of 5 stars This was a good and helpful survey of Author: Sejin. Sep 01,  · Christians of all denominations will profit from his thoughtful reflections on our contemporary dilemma in the final chapters."" --Library Journal ""This is a vastly readable text that can furnish the background every Christian needs to rethink his own attitudes toward war and peace."" --International Journal of Religious Education ""Every churchman--layman or cleric--ought to read this book.

Christian Attitudes Toward War and Peace: A Historical Survey and Critical Re-evaluation (Hardcover) Published by Abingdon Press Hardcover, pagesCited by: Nov 02,  · texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

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EMBED EMBED (for. Christian Attitudes toward War and Peace [Roland Bainton] is 20% off every day at masternode-world.com Any scholarship that addresses the evolution of Christian perspectives on warfare generally references this book. first published in Jan 01,  · One of Yoder's most important courses was Christian Attitudes to War, Peace, and Revolution, which he taught from until For many years Yoder assigned Roland Bainton's textbook Christian Attitudes toward War and Peace as a framework for the course, lecturing and expanding on Bainton's themes.

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Bainton's Christian Attitudes Toward War, Peace, and Revolution, a foundational book in this area but long out of date. Evidently the intent of the title is to present Yoder as the new foundation of Christian peace /5(6). The topic of this book occupied the lion’s share of John Howard Yoder’s time as a scholar, teacher, and ecumenical conversationalist.

unfolds. For Yoder, the history of Christian attitudes toward war and peace is clearly not a mainstream account that sees the church faithfully responding Christian Attitudes to War, Peace, and. The first volume of Ernst Troeltsch’s great work, Die Soziallehren der christlichen Kirchen und Gruppen (The social teaching of the Christian churches and sects) (Tübingen, ), has some interesting references to the early Christian attitude to war,3 but does not deal with the topic as a complete or connected whole.

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Apr 04,  · But the pleasure to be derived from perusal of this volume is lessened by the fact that, having been privately published, it has suffered seriously from lack of editorial oversight.

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By Roland H. Bainton. Christian attitudes toward war and peace: a historical survey and critical re-evaluation. Mar 15,  · Christianity on war and peace: An overview. March 15, ~ Ted to war have tended to repeat the general typology that was introduced back in by historian Roland Bainton in Christian Attitudes Toward War and Peace.

The Good War That Wasn’t—And Why It Matters: The Moral Legacy of World War II. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, War is a man-made phenomenon; it has been so from the beginning of the human narrative, and it is so with our present conflict. Facing the magnitude of conflict, however, human beings feel the need to seek out grand interpretations of reality in order to create a sense of order in the midst of chaos.

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Early-Christian Attitudes toward Soldiering and War I. Introductory Heretical Thoughts on Early-Christian History In his influential book Christian Attitudes toward War and Peace, Roland Bainton begins the chapter titled “The Pacifism of the Early Church” with the following assertion: “The three Christian positions.

Currently and historically there have been four views and practices within Christianity toward violence and war: non-resistance, Christian pacifism, Just war theory, and the Crusade (Holy or preventive war).

The early church in the Roman empire adopted a nonviolent stance when it came to war since imitating Jesus's sacrificial life was preferable. Apr 09,  · In general, though, writing about moral reflection on war and peace from Christian perspectives tends to repeat the general typology that was introduced by historian Roland Bainton over half a century ago in his Christian Attitudes Toward War and Peace.

Bainton sees three categories: pacifism, the just war, and the crusade. How is the Christian attitudes towards war. 3 4 5. Answer. though the gospel has many messages of peace within it.

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Apr 23,  · I. Introductory Heretical Thoughts on Early-Christian History. In his influential book Christian Attitudes toward War and Peace, Roland Bainton begins the chapter titled "The Pacifism of the Early Church" with the following assertion: "The three Christian positions with regard to war matured in chronological sequence, moving from pacifism to the just war to the Crusade.

Bainton, Roland H. Christian Attitudes Toward War and Peace. Abingdon Press: New York, Bainton discusses three attitudes on war which emerged in chronological order: the pacifist attitude, the just war, and the crusades. As a backdrop for the Christian attitudes, he evaluates the classical values of peace as an ideal and the origins of.

Dec 15,  · Christian attitudes to war, peace, and revolution by John Howard Yoder,[Mennonite Biblical Seminaries] There's no description for this book yet. Edition Notes Companion to: Christian attitudes toward war and peace: a historical survey and critical re-evaluation / by Roland Herbert Bainton.

Includes bibliographical masternode-world.com: Aug 03,  · Christianity and the ethics of war. The main Christian view of war ethics is contained in the doctrine of the Just War.

The basic assumption of modern Christians is that war is rarely justified. His crisp analysis of these and other issues makes this book a valuable and enduring statement on the ever-crucial matters of war and peace. Product Details Title: The Christian Attitude toward War. Get this from a library.

Christian attitudes toward war and peace: a historical survey and critical re-evaluation. [Roland H Bainton]. Nov 07,  · I am pleased to report that The Early Christian Attitude to War is now available online, both in PDF and HTML, and in a printed, hardbound reprint edition.

Although Cadoux’s book was written just after World War I, nothing written since then on this important subject is comparable in any way to it."Yoder's Christian Attitudes to War, Peace, and Revolution is not only essential for understanding Yoder's position, it is an invaluable resource for anyone concerned with the ethics of war and peace.

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