Religious Studies - Ethics 2 Peace and Justice

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Religious Studies - Ethics 2 Peace and Justice
1 War and Violence
1.1 For War
1.1.1 'Prepare for War! Rouse the warriors'
1.1.2 Wars which are fought in the name of religion and are deemed to be the will of God are called HOLY WARS
1.1.3 'The Lord loves righteousness and justice. The earth is full of his unfailing love'
1.1.4 War can be used for good deeds e.g. Stopping Hitler for killing more people
1.1.5 'The Lord is Warrior'
1.1.6 'eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth'
1.1.7 Jesus was angered by people selling in and outside of the holy temple
1.2 Against War
1.2.1 'Do not Murder'
1.2.2 Killing is wrong, as we are told not to murder
1.2.3 'Love thy enemies..'
1.2.4 'Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called the children of God'
1.2.5 War and Violence is Wrong - Quakers
1.2.6 Pacifists - Believe that war and violence is wrong no matter what
2 The Just War Theory
2.1 Guidelines to a just war
2.1.1 1. Only a legitimate authority can start the war
2.1.2 2.There must be just cause for going to war
2.1.3 3.The war must be fought for the right intention
2.1.4 4. The war must be a last resort
2.1.5 5.Civilians must be protected throughout the war
2.1.6 6. The war should bring about more good than evil
2.2 Pacifists believe war and violence is wrong no matter what
2.2.1 e.g. Martin Luther King and Gandhi
2.2.2 'Love Thy Neighbour'
3 Punishment
3.1 'Darkness cannot drive out darkness. Only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out Hate. Only Love can do that'
3.2 'Anyone who does wrong will be repaid for his wrong, and there is no favouritism'
3.3 'Forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us'
3.4 Deterrence - To try to stop other people from committing the same crime
3.5 Protection - To ensure that other people are not harmed by re-offenders
3.6 Retribution - To get even/back at the person who committed the crime
3.7 Reparation/Restoration - to right the wrong that has been committed
3.8 Reformation/Rehabilitation - To change the offender so that they don't commit crimes on the future
4 Capital Punishment
4.1 For CP
4.1.1 'If a man commits adultery with another man's wife-with wife of his neighbour-both the adulterer and the adulteress are put to death'
4.1.2 Adultery, homosexuality, murder and cursing your mother and father - Are sinful acts which you should be killed for
4.1.3 'Eye for eye, tooth for tooth'
4.2 Against CP
4.2.1 'Let he who is without no sin cast the first stone'
4.2.2 'Do not murder'
4.2.3 Two wrong don't make a right
4.2.4 Forgive - 70 x 7
4.2.5 God created life
5 Extra Infor.
5.1 Where people are treated unfairly this is called SOCIAL INJUSTICE
5.2 Liberation Theology - is the term used to describe a modern Christian development which focuses on issues of equality and social justice

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