On war, sin, guilt and failed leadership
- Majority opposes unilateral strike. Donovan, Gill // National Catholic Reporter;1/24/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p12
Reveals that a growing number of international and U.S. national religious leaders are opposing the war against Iraq. Anglican archbishop Desmond Tutu; Pastor Donald Greenhalgh; Bishop Frank Griswold III.
- The nation at war, religious leaders question spiritual correctness and security. Moorer, Talise D. // New York Amsterdam News;1/9/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 2, p33
Reports on views of a group of religious leaders that has returned from a humanitarian mission in Iraq on anticipated U.S. attack over Iraq. Statement released by the group on the expected war with Iraq; Jesus Christ's teachings on peace; Activities planned by the group.
- Drones make war too easy, faith leaders say. Markoe, Lauren // Presbyterian Outlook;3/16/2015, Vol. 197 Issue 6, p7
The article reports on the statements from a group of faith leaders at the Interfaith Conference on DroneWarfare held at Princeton Theological Seminary in January 2015, that drone strikes and the use of drones in war has put the innocents in harm and has been used to make killing easy.
- Religion and the UN. // America;7/10/1965, Vol. 113 Issue 2, p37
The author comments on the move of the United Nations to include world religious leaders in its organization. He attributes the move to a widening perspective or a desperation in a political world that has been marked by armed conflicts for the past several years. He points out that the UN is...
- Religious leaders join in appeal for tolerance. Donovan, Gill // National Catholic Reporter;4/4/2003, Vol. 39 Issue 22, p9
Reports on the appeal by religious leaders to the Christians, Jews and Muslims in Great Britain not to let the war in Iraq drive them apart. Religious views about the war; Importance of respect for every human being during a war; Protection of the rights and needs of civilians innocently...
- THE ROLE OF RELIGIOUS LEADERS IN TIMES OF CONFLICT IN MULTINATIONAL AND MULTIRELIGIOUS SOCIETIES: A CONTRIBUTION TOWARD INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE IN MACEDONIA. Mojzes, Paul // Journal of Ecumenical Studies;Winter/Spring2002, Vol. 39 Issue 1/2, p82
Deals with interreligious dialogue in Macedonia. Role of religious leaders in times of conflict in multinational and multireligious societies; Explanation that dialogue is an effective method to bridge the gap between religions; Description of the condition of Macedonian society; Role of...
- War and justice don't mix, Catholic leaders say. Schaeffer, Pamela // National Catholic Reporter;12/28/2001, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p3
Reports on the consideration of the war on terrorism as morally unjustifiable by Catholic leaders in Washington. Request of the leaders for the revision of Catholic teaching; Conflict of views on war between the leaders and Catholic bishops; Violations of the U.S. military campaign under the...
- Conflicts and Peace Initiatives between Minority Muslims and Thai Buddhists in the Southern Thailand. Chuah, Osman Abdullah // Journal of Religion, Conflict & Peace;Mar2010 Supplement, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p132
The article examines the religious aspects of conflicts and peace initiatives between minority Muslims and Buddhists in southern Thailand. The decision of the government to alter its assimilation campaign due to Malay nationalism in the 1940s is cited as the origin of the current religious...
- 'Beyond Vietnam,' beyond Operation Iraqi Freedom. Moorer, Talise D. // New York Amsterdam News;4/3/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 14, p4
Reports on the antiwar reactions of religious leaders about the U.S. war on Iraq at a conference organized at Riverside Church in Harlem, New York City. Disagreement of leaders with the commander in chief who concerted an illegal and immoral war; Insights from the trip to Iraq by religious...