Violence Of God And The War On Terror Pb Paperback
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Violence Of God And The War On Terror Pb
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In conclusion, he explores how such cycles of abuse and victimization can begin to be reversed, and suggests how these insights may be applied constructively to a reform of Christian belief and within the contemporary political situation.
Violence Of God And The War On Terror Pb by Jeremy Young was published by Darton Longman & Todd in April 2007. The ISBN for Violence Of God And The War On Terror Pb is 9780232526660.
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The Violence of God & The War on TerrorIan Gibson, via The Good Book Stall
No, not just another book on the war on terror, but a succinct and subtly new approach to the way we perceive our belief in the image and nature of God. All religions advocate peace, yet the growing significance of the connection between violence and religion cannot be denied. The author uses the useful analogy of an abusive relationship, with God as the violent partner. He traces the background of all the major Abrahamic faiths and the influence of the psychology of the behaviour of each faith. He attributes much of the violence and terror in the world on the distortions and misrepresentations of the monotheistic religions and how the history and psychology of such belief influences the way that governments and nations abuse their peaceful role – especially the “war on terror”. A fascinating insight into the way that major governments can begin to think that they are always in the right; read it and be enlightened, but don’t think that the content will be comforting!
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|Page last updated||11th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Jeremy Young|
|Publisher||Darton Longman & Todd (April 2007)|
|Number of Pages||232|