Tagged: terrorism

The Nonviolent Revolutionary

By John Dear Mahatma Gandhi considered Jesus the most active person of nonviolence in the history of the world. He was dismayed, however, that so few Christians understood or embraced Jesus’ nonviolence. Martin Luther...

1001 Ways to Die in America

By Jim Baton As a peacemaker who intentionally brings Muslims and Christians together with the goal of authentic friendship, I’ve been criticized for not treating the threat of a Muslim terrorist sneaking into the...

Pray and Work

by Dan Lebo With this most recent shooting we have seen the outpouring of “thoughts and prayers” from world leaders, celebrities, and everyday people like you and me for the victims and families of this...

Calls for Climate Justice in Paris

by Sharon Delgado Starting today, November 30, government officials, corporate heads, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) are meeting at the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP 21) for climate negotiations, this time in Paris.  In...

Unjust Drone Warfare, Part 1

Drones & the Just War Tradition by Joshua Carson The United States’ use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), commonly referred to as drones, has increased greatly in the last decade. While the development and...

Unjust Drone Warfare, Part 3

US Unjust Drone Use by Joshua Carson In part 1 we discussed the criteria for a just war, and in part 2 we looked at the manner in which the US conducts and reports drone...