Doctrine Of War Made Easy

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I have found here an excerpt from an excellent Moral Theology course. The work has both imprimatur and nihil obstat and comes – crucially – from times largely not polluted from false theology and “new times/new men/new rules” illusions, the safest indication of the heresy of Modernism.

If you take the time to read the entire piece – which, if you ask me, you should do as these questions pop up again and again in international relationships, in the media, and even at the pub – you will understand both the reasonableness and orthodoxy of this script, and the scandal that it would cause to the modern generation of wannabe pacifists; many of them, alas, clergymen.

I will proceed to mention some of the points more in conflict with modern “peace worshiping” thinking. Again, I suggest that the piece is read and understood in its entirety.

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Posted on April 27, 2013, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Thank you for the very insightful post. I wanted to add, I know Britain was fighting an insurgency in Malaya in 1956, and possibly Aden, where I think one was just beginning.

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