War and Peace

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Perspectives:

-In some cases it is for the greater good to go to war.

-Diplomacy-talk through conflict

-There are better, non violent ways to deal/respond with conflict.

weapons of mass destruction: weapons capable of killing and maiming lots of people.

biological warfare: "germ-warfare" using disease as a weapon.

chemical warfare: using non-living toxins such as mustard gas and nerve-agents to maim or kill.

nuclear warfare: using atom bombs which create a huge explosions with radioactive fallout.

TERRORISM: USING FEAR AS A WEAPON

NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION: THE SPREAD OF NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY TO NON-NUCLEAR NATIONS

Peace is the ideal: 

-but most religious believers accept that war is sometimes necessary.

KEY POINTS:

The war must be fought for a just cause. 

There must be controlled violence.

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