Q&A - War, Pacifism, and Book Recommendations
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11/20/2019

Q&A - War, Pacifism, and Book Recommendations

After the crew concludes that #EpsteinDidNotKillHimself, and plays a fun rhyming word game, it’s time to address some serious questions from our listeners.  Among today’s topics: War and Just War Theory. Is there truly such a thing as a “just war?”  What is pacifism, and are different forms of it? What should be the relationship between church and state in matters of war?  Changing gears…What are some books that everyone should read before high school graduation? From classic literature to modern, there are some great picks! Show NotesThe City of God by Augustine of HippoWuthering Heights by Emily BronteThe Man Who Was Thursday by G. K. Chesterton The Pilgrim’s Progress by John BunyanGod Breathed by Rut Etheridge III Episode with MoSChristless Christianity by Michael HortonConfessions by Augustine of Hippo