Danube is a fourth-year PhD candidate in the Study of Religion at Harvard University. Her research focuses on early modern natural law, Christian political theology, and constructions of race, slavery, and consent in natural rights discourse. She received a B.A. in Philosophy and Religion at Temple University in 2014 and a M.T.S. in Philosophy of Religion at Harvard Divinity School in 2016.
In combining biblical, historical, theological, and ethical analyses of “the business of war,” the authors invite us to better understand it as a new moral problem that demands a new, faithful response.
A search for origins is also always a search for meaning. In a time of political crisis such as ours, when origin narratives are especially tempting, fresh reminders of their limitations and violent potential are welcome.
The Political Theology Network seeks proposals for its next series of essays on Critical Theory for Political Theology 2.0 from the fields of feminist theory, queer theory, decolonial studies, Black studies, or Indigenous studies.