Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Role of Faith in War Role of faith has become an attempt to prevent a war where possible and regulated the practices even at timesit becomesimpossible. Religious faith played a fundamental role in lives of many soldiers. Military chaplains of several denominations offered this spiritual comfort to enhance survival. Religion and Problem of Warfare The core problem of warfare is the universality and expectation of peace. This expectation is topped by all the great faith that war is basic harm to the society. The war experiences shapebeliefs of people. Soldiers in warfare belief that futility and brutality of lethal conflict destroy any mark of faith while others find refuge from war. This is the essential tension confronting all the religions. Over the years people have come to realize that war is more common than they predicted earlier. In contrast the Greek and Roman main problem is the universality of war and the expectation of peace topped by all great faith that war is basic harm. This is the essential tension confronting all the religions. According to faith war is not always bad though it would be the enactment of good or evil. The emergence of true just war theory and practice is only seen in the world of religions. Some war such as civil war and World War II are perceived as just war since they defended humanity. Faith is very crucial as it supports war and power. Different soldiers during battle used faithto conquer their enemies. Faith motivates people to fight if they believe they are fighting for the right cause. Some war veterans such as the War Clerics (Irish Brigades) Anton Schmd (Schmidt) and Jose Lopez are recognized due to the application of their religion and faith during the battle. [...]
Explain the role of faith in war. Same as last time, only use the lecture note that I have attached. Any outside source is not allowed!! All the information that you need is in the notes to write the essay.