Review: “Religious Pluralism & Interreligious Theology” by Perry Schmidt-Leukel – And its relevance for the Ethics of War and Peace

This article was initially published on my discontinued blog ‘Just Peace and War’ on 20/04/2018. A few editorial changes were made for republishing it on this website. Religious diversity is not a new phenomenon but as old as most major religious traditions. This becomes apparent in the fact that at least all of today’s major … Continue reading Review: “Religious Pluralism & Interreligious Theology” by Perry Schmidt-Leukel – And its relevance for the Ethics of War and Peace

On the problem of dehumanising rhetoric in war – A Christian theological perspective

This article was initially published on my discontinued blog ‘Just Peace and War’ on 17/01/2018. A few editorial changes were made for republishing it on this website. Dehumanising rhetoric in the context of war is nothing new. Therefore, the recent statement by U.S. Army Command Sergeant Major John Wayne Troxell that the Joint Force fighting … Continue reading On the problem of dehumanising rhetoric in war – A Christian theological perspective