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morality of war matters so much in reality of its evil and why it is significant for us to stop it. The chapter lays the reason for the study of various parts of pacifism in various structures, and the general contentions, perceptions and opinions that are related with them. The most intriguing part of the chapter was the exercises of peaceful radicals has featured how they cannot be associated with war as a combatant since that includes legal violence against someone else. I realized on reading this section that both violence and retaliation are ruled out by pacifist because being overcome with evil would be to take revenge. This is on the grounds that it relates to issues of justices in going to war or justices in the conduct of war and helps us in separating between the two decisions, notwithstanding defending the choice that only wars that are a response to aggression already initiated are morally legitimate. For instance, I was able to get theanswer on why one nation has a just cause for war does not mean that the war can be morally justified. Thus, I understood that explaining my ideas that any participation in war in any structure violates Jesus' command to be peacemaker help me a lot in my regular day to day
existence. The only thing that made me feel uneasy while reading the chapter was the use of complex terminology in some cases, which I believe could have been made a little simpler. Works CitedRae, Scott B. Moral Choices: An Introduction to Ethics. 3rd Edition. Zondervan. 2018.