In my last article, I shared a video entitled: The Pagan Origins Of “Christian” Just War Theory.
That video explored the surprising origins of the so-called “Christian” just war theory.
(If you missed that last video, I encourage you to do so here when you have a few minutes.)
In our latest video, however, we move from discussing the strange and surprising history of the just war theory to a challenging practical application.
Namely, can you name a single war in history that would qualify as “just” according to the rigorous standards laid out in the so-called “Christian” just war doctrine?
It’s not a “trick” question, but the answer may be more elusive than you may think.
This video serves as an invitation for Christian viewers to engage in thought-provoking dialogue, offering an opportunity for introspection and deeper examination of the moral complexities surrounding war and its alleged justifications, such as the so-called “Christian” just war theory.
So, are you up for the challenge?
If so, watch this brief 4-minute video here and share your answer and/or comments with us.
Ready to dive in? Simply click on the link below to access the video: