I'm not trying here to start a debate about whether war in itself is right or wrong. My question is how being a Christian should affect one's attitude and behaviour during war? The reason for my question is that, looking at the various threads which touch on Iraq and other war issues, I have to say that in most cases I can't see any difference in the views of those supporting the war from non-Christians who support it. For instance, in the 'No agenda He's an anti-war activist' thread on the News Board, one poster said; 'It is war. War is hell. The point of war is to kill more of them than you so that they quit. Stop with your silly flower-power nonsense'. Surely being a Christian, even in supporting a war means that one has to advocate higher moral and ethical standards-and compassion- in those engaged in prosecuting the war than non-Christians would. In what ways are the views of those supporting the war affected by being salt and light on the issue?