What is a Vote?

In this season of political strife, Myles Werntz brings much needed clarity to the ethical implications of four approaches to voting in national elections.

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Speaking of the Dead: Writing, Representation, and the Afterlives of Warriors

Dr. Myles Werntz argues that the ethics of memory require us to remember the “flesh and blood” of historical figures rather than as “ideals” to be appropriated for our own ends.

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Making Peace with Our Saints?

Myles Werntz discusses whether and how we can begin “Making Peace with Our Saints” when their personal sins contradicting their witness come to light.

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Five Questions for Myles Werntz on Bodies of Peace

Publication Year: 2014 James McCarty: You begin chapter one with this intriguing paragraph: “To begin our exploration on the ways

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United in Confession, But in Practice? Engaging Gerald Schlabach on Nonviolence and Church Unity

Gerald Schlabach, “‘Confessional’ Nonviolence and the Unity of the Church: Can Christians Square the Circle,” Journal of the Society of

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