Publisher’s description Religion and Terrorism: The Use of Violence in Abrahamic Monotheism provides theoretical analysis of the nature of religious terrorism and religious martyrdom and also delves deeply into terrorist[…]
Journal abstract The Christian Right is the most anticipated social movement in American history. Decades before Catholics and conservative evangelicals ended centuries of antagonism by cooperating on social issues, an[…]
Publisher’s description In some religious countries, churches have drafted constitutions, restricted abortion, and controlled education. In others, church influence on public policy is far weaker. Why? Nations under God argues[…]
A conflict of Biblical proportions: How the Bible was used to turn the First World War into a Holy War
The significance of the Bible in the war, and anti-war efforts, of both Allied and Central powers in the First World War are to be examined in a new research[…]
Publisher’s description Just Wars, Holy Wars, and Jihads explores the development of ideas of morally justified or legitimate war in Western and Islamic civilizations. Historically, these ideas have been grouped[…]
This work explores the unique characteristics of religious violence and its causes.