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Just War and the American Revolution: Introduction

Just War and the American Revolution: Introduction

JUST WAR, REBELLION, & THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION John Keown & Modern Critiques on Whether the War of Independence was Just Part 1: An Introduction By Leonard O. Goenaga On the back of the Great Seal of the United States is the image of an American eagle tightly clenching in one talon a bundle of arrows, and in the other an [...]

Just War, Rebellion, and the American Revolution: Conclusion

Just War, Rebellion, and the American Revolution: Conclusion

Just War, Rebellion, and the American Revolution: John Keown and Modern Critiques on Whether the War of Independence was Just. Part 32: Conclusion By Leonard O. Goenaga It is unfortunate that at times mankind must reasonably resort to war to secure real peace, but the alternative of tyranny proves itself untenable.1 As [...]

Goenaga: Summation: In Light of the Evidence

Goenaga: Summation: In Light of the Evidence

Just War, Rebellion, and the American Revolution: John Keown and Modern Critiques on Whether the War of Independence was Just. Part 31: Summation: In Light of the Evidence By Leonard O. Goenaga In summary, this paper has concluded that in light of the scriptural, traditional, and historical evidence, Keown is incorrect in [...]

Goenaga: Just Rebellion Principle 7, Last Resort

Goenaga: Just Rebellion Principle 7, Last Resort

Just War, Rebellion, and the American Revolution: John Keown and Modern Critiques on Whether the War of Independence was Just. Part 30: Just Rebellion Principle 7, Last Resort By Leonard O. Goenaga Regarding the last resort principle, Keown asks the following in relation to the America Revolution: "Was armed insurrection a [...]

Goenaga: Just Rebellion Principle 6, Comparative Justice

Goenaga: Just Rebellion Principle 6, Comparative Justice

Just War, Rebellion, and the American Revolution: John Keown and Modern Critiques on Whether the War of Independence was Just. Part 29: Just Rebellion Principle 6: Comparative Justice By Leonard O. Goenaga Regarding the comparative justice principle, Keown asks the following in relation to the America Revolution: "Were the [...]

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