The Irony of Aviation History: A Niebuhrian Visit to the Dayton Aviation Trail

Drawing on Reinhold Niebuhr’s idea of irony, Bradley Burroughs reminds us that technological advances do not necessarily lead to moral advances.

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Star Wars, Storm Troopers, and the Banality of Evil

In the Storm Troopers of all ages, then, we find a mirror held up to ourselves that forces us to ask where our animosity, sublimated egoism, and ambition have made us too agents of evil and that calls us to pray to God and work with dedication that such evils may be rooted out from our lives and our world.

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In Drones We Trust: The Moral Impact of Drone Warfare

Bradley Burroughs argues the U.S. drone program cultivates a moral callousness to the remote destruction of enemy and innocent alike, that should give Christians moral qualms.

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Drone Warfare and Christian Ethics Pt. 2: The Ethics of (not) Declaring War

As described in my previous post, The Intercept — a website dedicated to advancing government transparency and accountability through the

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Drone Warfare and Christian Ethics Pt. 1

Bradley Burroughs examines recently released papers describing U.S. practices of drone warfare and finds evidence that they do not meet just war criteria.

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Five Questions for Amy Levad: Redeeming a Prison Society

Publication Year: 2014 Bradley Burroughs: The book begins with the claim that the United States currently faces a “crisis of

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