Soldier's Questions is a pastor's answers to twenty questions that his son and his son's fellow combat troops asked while they were deployed a year in Iraq. It is written not only to help troops who are deployed, but those who have been and those who will be. It also offers suggestions for family members and friends for their own encouragement as well as how they can help the troops deployed. It is unashamedly biblical Christianity. Although written by a Protestant, it is suitable for all Christians.
This book provides guidance for structuring ethical reflection as well as analytical tools to get to the heart of issues quickly. It is designed to help practitioners engage ethically in applied peacebuilding and conflict transformation and to help students aspiring to be peacebuilders think about ethics. It discusses ethics and morality, significant barriers to ethical deliberations in applied work, moral theories, creative problem-solving for situations when moral values conflict, and the need for healthy ethical organizations. Throughout, concrete examples, scenarios, and discussion questions help draw out key issues to improve peacebuilding practices. Detailed case studies include peacebuilding initiatives in East Timor, Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, and more.
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