American Protestants and the Debate over the Vietnam War: Evil was Loose in the World
Huge Savings Item! Save 12% on the American Protestants and the Debate over the Vietnam War: Evil was Loose in the World by Lexington Books at Hanoi PE. MPN: 26 black & white illustrations. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. As American soldiers fought overseas in Vietnam, American churchmen debated the legitimacy and impact of the war at home. While the justness of the
In the various debates, churchmen brought their theological convictions and reading of the Bible to bear on their political perspectives. Convictions about sin, the nature of man, the fate of the world, violence and benevolence had direct impact upon the foreign policy perspectives of these churches. Rather than result in static political positions, these convictions adapted as the nature of the war and the likelihood of American success changed over time.
The positions taken by American denominations brought about attitudes of support, opposition, and ambivalence toward the war, but also impacted the vibrancy of many churches. Some groups were rent asunder by the fractious, debilitating debate. Other churches, due to their greater ideological clarity and unanimity, saw the war provide an impetus for growth. Regardless of the individual consequences, the debate over the Vietnam War provides a concrete study of the intersection of religion and politics.
|Part Number:||26 black & white illustrations|
|MPN:||26 black & white illustrations|
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|Item Size:||0.81 x 9.29 x 9.29 inches|
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