To justify war, St. Augustine wrote that the sovereign ruler of the state has the authority to wage war and that those subject to the authority of the sovereign are duty bound to fight in the sovereign's war, even if it is unjust. Further, he went on to say that God has perfect justice to direct those wars to be fought. It seems that the tenets from a Doctor and Father of the Church of the days of early christianity are still in use today to justify wars abroad.
Single color linocut printed on Rives BFK Paper. Limited edition of 50.
Paper Size: 10x13 inches
Image Size: 6.5x10 inches
Image Created 2004