The basic premise of Matthew Strebe's paper, "Reformulating Warfare: Just War Theory and Kantian Ethics," was that the theory of just war was created for a very different kind of war than what exists today.
OK, I'm copping out by not giving more details, but I know I wouldn't do it justice. I should be taking better notes. I'll check and see if any or all of these papers are online somewhere.
Strebe argues that Kantian ethics better suited to this than utilitarian ethics used in Just War Theory.
She challenged Lynn White's assertion that that biblical language about humans dominion over the earth is anti-environmental.
Right now Jacob Land is presenting "Drawing from the Same-Well: Eastern Thought in Christian Ethics." He's highlighting quotes from Eastern thinkers and the bible.
When I saw Jacob just before this panel, I realized he was the man who was not allowed to carry his backpack on board the plane from LA yesterday. I thought at the time - when Jacob showed him the backpack fit into the frame they have to test the size of carryons - that the Alaska Airlines rep was being pretty rigid.