Just War Theory and Evangelism Part 3: Escalation of Force

Jason B Ladd

Have you ever felt like snapping at someone who didn’t agree with you?  Are you unsure about the proper way to respond when things heat up?  Are you passionate about your faith, confident about your future, and burdened with a heart for the lost?  Today’s study on escalation of force may help you share your faith.

Today’s post is part three in a 5-part series relating components of just war theory to the field of evangelism.

We’ll continue to juxtapose physical and spiritual warfare by comparing the rightness of waging war with the rightness of sharing your faith.

Here is a review of the concepts covered in this series (click each concept to review previous posts):

  • Jus ad Bellum: the rightness in going to war.
  • Jus in Bello: the rightness in the conduct of war.
  • Escalation of Force: the rules of war.
  • Proportionate Response: the…

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