This issue of St Mark's Review considers the important issue of theology and war. Written in light of the Ukrainian conflict and the growing threat of a second Cold War and drawing from Christianity's rich thought around "just" warfare and long advocation for peace. The articles in this issue provide a substantial and incisive reflection on the pressing issue of war and peace in our time, offering a model for how we might think about war critically and faithfully and how to respond constructively.
List of topics and Authors
Editorial - Dr. Michael Gladwin
Nuclear weapons, just war and Christian praxis - Peter Hooton
The voice of one crying out in the post-Soviet wilderness: Tomáš Halík on Putin's Russia and the invasion of Ukraine - Aden Cotterill
Bonhoeffer and a Christian response to international conflict - Claire Hein Blanton
War-not an option in the nuclear age! - Thorwald Lorenzen
Naught for your comfort? War, climate change, and a difficult hope - Doug Hynd