How To Quickly And Easily Understand The Morality Of War And Killing
 
How To Think About The Morality Of War, Sieges, Bombings, Combat, Self-Defense, Capital Punishment, Suicide and The Extent Of Self-Preservation According To One Of The Greatest Christian Theologians Of All Time… And Why He’s Right
 
"New College Level Course In Moral Theology Reveals What The Greatest Theologian Of All Time Said About The Ethics Of Homicide, Self-Defense, Warfare And The Death Penalty"
 
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Important Questions Answered: The Truth About What Christianity Teaches About The Ethics Of War And Homicide
 
Are you a Christian who believes you have the right to self-defense?

Are you a Christian who believes there is such a thing as a "just war"?

Would you like to learn the BEST WAY to explain those beliefs to your liberal friends and relatives?
 
FACT: We Live In A Fallen World
 
Conflict at both the personal and international level is an unavoidable aspect of human experience.

We have to take a realistic look at the human condition. 

We live in a fallen world, a world that has to be policed, a world where work and effort are required to maintain peace.

Sometimes that effort needs to involve force of arms for the common good

We also live in a technological world where advanced medical technologies and machines can provide vital life functions for a person that keep them alive longer than ever before.  

All of these facts raise SERIOUS moral questions, questions about war, self-defense, self-preservation and suicide.  

Anyone who is really serious about morality will want to inform their consciences properly , that's why we made this:
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Christianity teaches peace but that does NOT mean we have to be pacifists.  “Peace at all costs” is simply unacceptable and is NOT what the Bible teaches.

Given the sinful nature of man, the use of force, or at least the threat of it, is needed to both establish justice and maintain it. LIke it or not, that's just the way the world is. 

That's why in this course you will learn the BRILLIANT thought of one of the greatest Christian theologians of all time on the morality of war and why he says occasional uses of force are necessary and bring about a greater amount of overall peace and goodness than pacifism ever could.
 
The Quickest, Easiest And Most Practical Way To Understand The Morality Of War And Killing Is Right Here...
 
St. Thomas Aquinas On The Morality Of War And Killing
 
How To Think About The Morality Of War, Sieges, Bombings, Combat, Self-Defense, Capital Punishment, Suicide and The Extent Of Self-Preservation According To One Of The Greatest Christian Theologians Of All Time… And Why He’s Right
 
"New College Level Course In Moral Theology Reveals What The Greatest Theologian Of All Time Said About The Ethics Of Homicide, Self-Defense, Warfare And The Death Penalty"
 
"The most powerful program of its kind on the market today"
 

Purpose: The purpose of this program is to provide the beginning student with a learned and well-spoken explanation and defense of the traditional Christian understanding of the morality of warfare and homicide in an INTERESTING AND EASY TO UNDERSTAND way .  
 
Finally, An Easy-To-Follow, Sensible, And Articulate Course On One Of The Biggest Issues Of Our Day 
 
IMAGINE, once you complete this program you’ll be conversant and ready to intelligently discuss things like…
 
  • The SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU NEED TO KNOW when it comes to thinking about the morality of war and homicide ...
  • What the Bible really says about war and killing...
  • How St. Thomas Aquinas DESTROYS the claim that “Thou shalt not kill” prohibits all kinds of killing ...
  • Why “Thou shalt not kill” does NOT prohibit all kinds of killing ...
  • Why “Thou shalt not kill” does NOT mean capital punishment is wrong ...
  • Why “Thou shalt not kill” does NOT mean Christians can never go to war ...
  • Why “Thou shalt not kill” does NOT mean people can’t defend themselves with lethal force if necessary ...
  • What “Thou shalt not kill” really means ...
  • Why “turning the other cheek” does NOT mean Christians can never fight ...
  • How St. Augustine REFUTES the claim that Christians may never fight...
  • Why the killing of animals does not violate Christian principles ...
  • Three reasons why suicide is ALWAYS a sin ...
  • The critical moral difference between SHORTENING your life and NOT PROLONGING it ...
  • What lengths we have to go to in order to preserve our own life ...
  • Why a man is not always bound to do “whatever he can” to prolong his life ...
  • Why you are NOT morally bound to eat the healthiest of foods ...
  • Why you are NOT morally bound to live in the healthiest of places ...
  • Why you are NOT morally bound to undergo an expensive lifesaving medical procedure...
  • Why God is NOT concerned about us living a long life ...
  • Why “taking a bullet” for a loved one does NOT commit the sin of suicide ...
  • Why jumping on a hand grenade to save your friends does NOT commit the sin of suicide ...
  • Why jumping out of a burning building does NOT commit the sin of suicide ...
  • Why jumping off of a life raft to save others does NOT commit the sin of suicide ...
  • How to answer common objections to the prohibition of suicide...
  • How to think about the ultra-important “principle of double effect” ...
  • The morality of bombing ...
  • Why one may not go “overboard” in defending themselves ...
  • How self-defense is different than capital punishment ...
  • How to think about the morality of the “stand your ground” laws...
  • How self-defense is justified according to Christian principles ...
 
  • The MORAL LAWS OF WARFARE...
  • Why the death penalty is NOT an offense against human dignity ...
  • Why St. Thomas Aquinas says the “death penalty” is JUST and PRAISEWORTHY ...
  • Why St. Thomas Aquinas thinks human dignity can be forfeited by evil acts ...
  • Why St. Thomas Aquinas thinks people who commit horrendous acts are worse than beasts ...
  • Why Christian forgiveness does NOT mean the death penalty is wrong ...
  • Why vengeance is a VIRTUE ...
  • Why it is NOT always sinful to wage war ...
  • EIGHT PROOFS that show Christians may engage in war ...
  • How to defend classical “just war” theory ...
  • How military personnel contribute to peace ...
  • Why an option for war is needed if the commitment to peace is serious ...
  • How to think about the criteria for a just war ...
  • Bad reasons for going to war ...
  • The only reason a state may justly wage war ...
  • How to know who may decide to go to war ...
  • What to do if one is not sure the cause for war is just ...
  • Why pacifism is WRONG, unrealistic, and utopian...
  • Why all states are BOUND by the natural law ...
  • Why “might does not make right” ...
  • Why war CANNOT be “just on both sides” ...
  • How sieges of a city in war can be morally justified according to Christian principles ...
  • How bombings can be morally justified according to Christian principles ...
  • How to think about the morality of the preemptive strike ...
  • How PREEMPTIVE STRIKES are morally justifiable...
  • Why FORCE OF ARMS will ALWAYS be necessary in our world ...
  • Why economics and politics will NEVER solve the need for force of arms ...
  • Why Christian just war theory is the only realistic option to hold ...
  • Why just war theory is NOT obsolete ...
  • Why just war theory is still relevant today ...
  • Why it is ALWAYS wrong to intentionally kill innocent people ...
  • Why it is NOT lawful to kill the children of an enemy (even if you know they are going to rise against you later) ...
  • How one may  be guilty of MURDER even if they kill someone by accident ...
  • Two ways killing someone “by accident” is wrong...
  • When using lethal force in self-defense is and is NOT a sin ...
  • AND MUCH MORE...
 
A Gold Mine Packed With Everything You've Ever Wanted To Know About What Sound Theology Says About The Morality Of Warfare
 
Imagine, sitting in your favorite chair with a favorite beverage and learning the truth about one of the most important issues of our day from world class thinkers.
 
This program is perfect for all ages 16 and up and comes in a convenient and easy to use format.

This is a COMPLETE PACKAGE designed for ACCELERATED LEARNING with so much information that just taking it once won't be enough to reap its full benefits. 

This is something you'll want to review and look over again and again.
 
Truths of The Faith Explained And Defended By Two Names You Can Trust
 
Join the ranks of the top thinkers in the Catholic Church.  This course will teach you the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas and Francisco de Vitoria on the morality of warfare and homicide.  When you’re in good company like that, you can't go wrong.

Built on the shoulders of these giants, we've taken their difficult thought and SIMPLIFIED, CONDENSED, and SUMMARIZED everything down to the bare essentials you need to know.
 
This program is an introductory level course in Catholic theology according to the mind of St. Thomas Aquinas.

What many Catholics don't know is that St. Thomas is the MOST WIDELY RECOMMENDED theologian in the history of the Church.  Centuries of papal praise of St Thomas tells us that St. Thomas' method is the right way to do theology and should serve as the standard for all Catholic theologians. That is why we follow his thought here.
 
This program will also teach you the thought of the great Francisco de Vitoria on these issues.  Vitoria is one of the greatest moral theologians of all time and is considered the “father of international law” because of his work on how the Europeans ought to treat the Indians of the New World. 

Vitoria was well-versed in Aquinas’ thought and developed it further using Thomas’ principles and for this reason we will teach you what Vitoria taught about the morality of war and killing.
 
The ideas in this course represent a timeless, learned, and sensible tradition that has been handed down over the years and will never go away… 

This is where you get to feed your soul with first-class thinkers - all simplified and gathered into ONE place and without any great labor or expense .

And become a new intellectual soldier of the Church

For the GLORY OF GOD and the ADVANCEMENT of the CATHOLIC FAITH

 
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Made For Beginners. Clearly and  Simply Explained in Plain English
Well-suited for both TEENS and ADULTS - no previous experience needed.
 
  •   Clearly and simply explained
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  •   Just listen and follow along
 
"An Indispensable Requirement For Every Christian In The Modern World"
 
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Get all the lessons in an "instant access" MP3 audio format or on  CDs mailed to your home so that you can learn while driving to work or going for a jog.
 
  Get The Entire AQUINAS ON THE MORALITY OF WAR AND KILLING  On Audio 
 
This is NOT some old "boring professor" droning on and on in a monotone that will put you to sleep.

Taught in an energetic and engaging fashion, you will get all of lessons in an audio format that totals to nearly three hours of material. 

Having the course on audio is GREAT for learning while you are on a drive, on a treadmill, or whatever other mindless background activity you might be doing.

By listening to this program you can turn any boring task into an exciting learning adventure.
 
This study guide follows the lessons and helps you learn the material in a professionally laid out visual format.
 
  The St. Thomas Aquinas "WAR AND MORALITY" STUDY GUIDE
 
Available by instant download. Professionally formatted and laid out with helpful tips, highlighted key points, and easy to scan bullet points, this is the perfect companion to the lessons! 

This guide perfectly follows the lessons and assists you in learning the material.

Having the material in different formats like this helps to better accommodate different learning styles and increases comprehension and retention. 

With this helpful study guide, you'll be able to easily follow along with the lessons and take notes as you go. 
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Vitoria's "On The Law Of War" is a classic work in moral thelogy.
 
 Free Bonus #2: "On The Law Of War" By Francisco De Vitoria - "A CLASSIC"
 
The work of Francisco de Vitoria has been admired and celebrated by many of the great moral theologians. 

In this CLASSIC WORK, Vitoria lays out his "relectiones" (lectures) on how to think about the morality of war when it comes to God's natural and postive law.  

Here, Vitoria addresses such topics as:
 
  • What are the just causes for going to war? 
  •  Who decides the justice of a war?
  •  What should one do if they are in doubt?
  •  How must innocent non-combatants be treated?
  •  What means may be used in a just war?
  •  How must captured prisoners be treated?
  •  And more.
 
Available by instant download, you'll get this timeless classic free with your order.
 
In this course, we are going to critically examine commonly cited reasons for becoming an atheist and why they are false.
 
  Free Bonus #2 : The "ATHEISM EXPOSED" Program
 
A lot of kids these days are fascinated by atheism. They think it's "cool" "smart" and "more logical" than believing in God.

But what they don't know is that atheism is entirely irrational.

In fact, most people become atheists for VERY BAD REASONS.

This intensive course will show you what those reasons are, why they are false, and to help somone who has been duped into atheism.
 
This study guide follows the lessons and helps you follow the material visually while giving you a convenient place to take notes.
 
Free Bonus #3:  The Official ATHEISM EXPOSED Study Guide
 
Available by instant download,  this is the perfect companion to the lessons in Atheism Exposed! 

This guide perfectly follows the lessons in order and assists you in learning the material.

Having the material in different formats like this helps to better accommodate different learning styles and increases comprehension and retention. 

With this helpful study guide, you'll be able to easily follow along with the audio lessons and take notes as you go. 
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Learning an important subject like this can help you in a number of ways.
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  •   Start your own study group at your church
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  •  Do your part to help make the world a better place.
  •  Feel good about yourself by gaining a whole new perspective on the universe.
  •  Help your unbelieving friends and family members see how Catholic moral theology is reasonable.
  • Pass this knowledge down as a treasure to later generations
  •  Help your kids better understand the faith that was once delivered to the apostles. 
  •  Enjoy the clear-headed thinking about the Catholic faith that reassures, inspires, and gives you peace of mind 
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Course Instructor: Scott M. Sullivan PhD
Dr. Scott M. Sullivan is a homeschooling father of 8 and holds a PhD in philosophy from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX.
He is the producer of numerous video courses in the areas of logic, the philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas, philosophical arguments for the existence of God, the historical evidence for the Christan faith, various topics in Catholic theology, and others.

Dr. Sullivan is a popular speaker throughout the United States who speaks on topics like the importance of teaching children on how to intellectually defend their faith, the complementary relationship between faith and reason, the importance of training in classical logic, why the study of philosophy is everybody's business, and the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas.
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St. Thomas Aquinas On The Morality Of War And Killing
 
How To Think About The Morality Of War, Sieges, Bombings, Combat, Self-Defense, Capital Punishment, Suicide and The Extent Of Self-Preservation According To One Of The Greatest Christian Theologians Of All Time… And Why He’s Right
 
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"New College Level Course In Moral Theology Reveals What The Greatest Theologian Of All Time Said About The Ethics Of Homicide, Self-Defense, Warfare And The Death Penalty"
 
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It’s a fact of life now that uninformed, “blind-faith” anti-intellectual Christianity will NOT survive the intellectual onslaught and criticism of our modern secular age

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