By Jon Kauffman
Has the Just War doctrine created more division, hatred and heretics in the church than any other doctrine?
Who is more heretical? A Mennonite who causes his church to divide arguing about the color of carpet or a person killing our brothers and sisters in Christ because the government told them they were fighting a just war and needed to kill these Christians?
I recently read an article by Frank Viola and Greg Boyd, “Who are the Real Heretics.”
Viola and Boyd say that in the New Testament, “If a person divided a genuine church, they were guilty of heresy. Consequently, a person could be a heretic with the truth!”1
Many people who ascribe to the Just War Doctrine are not heretics, but the Just War Doctrine causes a situation that creates heretics.
What doctrine has created a situation where more Christians kill each other?…
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