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Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Commission on a Just and Durable Peace.
Righteous faith for a just and durable peace.
New York, N.Y. 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Foster Dulles; Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Commission on a Just and Durable Peace.
|Notes:||Foreword signed: John Foster Dulles, chairman of the Commission to Study the Bases of a Just and Durable Peace, October, 1942.
Published in Great Britain, 1943, under title: A just and durable peace.
|Description:||104 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||I. The American people need now to be imbued with a righteous faith / John Foster Dulles --
II. In time of war the spiritual task of the churches becomes one of peculiar urgency / William Ernest Hocking --
III. The ecumenical (world-wide) character of the Church enables it and its members to make a unique contribution toward world order / Henry P. Van Dusen --
IV. Christian motivation supplies an essential prerequisite to effective action / Luther A. Weigle --
V. Christians must seek the cooperation of other faiths / Everett R. Clinchy --
VI. The churches do not, however, have a primary responsibility to devise the details of world order. But they must proclaim the enduring moral principles by which human plans are constantly to be tested / John A. Mackay --
VII. 1. Peace terms must not be a vehicle for vengeance / John C. Bennett --
2. The new order must be appraised in terms of the welfare of human beings rather than of the power and prestige of states / Albert W. Beaven --
3. There must be provisions for peaceful change / Pitirim A. Sorokin --
4. Political and economic power must accept a responsibility co-extensive with that power / G. Bromley Oxnam --
5. Power over vanquished or non-self-governing peoples must also carry responsibility toward those subject to the power / Francis B. Sayre --
6. Organized force, to discourage violent breaches of the peace, will be needed, but will be morally justified only by the justness of the social order thus sought to be maintained / Clyde Eagleton --
7. Durable peace is never achieved merely by military victory or by treaty. It depends upon a continuing course of conduct whereby peoples show understanding of and decent consideration toward each other's problems / William Scarlett --
VIII. Christians, as citizens, have an imperative duty to seek a post-war order which will reflect such great truths as have been outlined / Harry Emerson Fosdick --
Appendix. Statement of guiding principles.
|Responsibility:||articles by John Foster Dulles, William Ernest Hocking, Henry P. Van Dusen [and others] ; ... approved for publication by the Commission to Study the Bases of a Just and Durable Peace ...|