Just War Theory: Something Developed In The Middle Ages

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The concept behind the “Just War” theory is something developed in a early time but it became more developed in the Middle Ages. The criteria for determining if a war is a “Just War” or not is based on the Just war theory is the effort to decide between a justified and unjustified uses of armed forces. I feel the Just war theory is the best way to determine it military involvement is need in in certain situations. I feel like the this versus from the word of God has to say about this subject in Psalms 28:4 is, “Give to them according to their work and according to the evil of their deeds; give to them according to the work of their hands; render them their due reward” (Psalms 28:4 ESV) The significance behind this versus say give to them what they deserve based on the actions. This relates to a just war because it shows that evil deeds have been done then it justified for there to be a “just war” based their actions of evil. I feel like a example of a “Just War” that the USA needs to become more involved in the helping defend Israel. The versus in Numbers 24:9 describes this very well on what the USA should be doing for the nation of Israel “He crouched; he lay down…show more content…
This is best explained in this versus from Ecclesiastes 7:20 “Surely there is not a righteous man on earth who does good and never sins.” This best explains this problem because it shows that we are all sinners and that no one is perfect there was only one perfect human being to walk this earth and his name was Jesus Christ the Son of God. The reason that Christ went willing lee to the cross, and did not resist those who came to put Him to death is because it was the fathers will for his life to be sacrificed in order to wipe away all of believers
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