By Neil J. Kressel
This is the 1st ebook to trip to the center of non secular militancy. Dr. Neil J. Kressel, who has spent a long time gaining knowledge of genocide, terrorism, and anti-Semitism, brings to undergo the insights of psychology and social technology in this major and demanding challenge. For these uninterested in simplistic bromides and obfuscating discuss the factors of spiritual terrorism, Kressel deals a transparent and enlightening research of while and the way religions turn into able to inspiring evil. particularly, he addresses the next key issues:
Are a few religions, non secular doctrines, and non secular practices extra apt to encourage hatred and extremism than others?
Are those who dedicate evil acts within the identify in their religion continuously corrupting the real message of faith and, if that is so, what's that message?
Do different individuals of an analogous religion endure any accountability for misdeeds conducted within the identify in their religion?
Which varieties of individuals are so much susceptible to extremism?
Which kinds of societies are probably to develop into breeding grounds for extremists?
Can (or should still) whatever be performed to wrestle some of the kinds of non secular extremism?
What limits, if any, can (or should still) be put on non secular perform in the USA and elsewhere?
Beyond examining the character of non secular militancy, Kressel deals brilliant concepts for addressing what's to this point the twenty first century’s such a lot severe challenge.
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Bad Faith: The Danger of Religious Extremism by Neil J. Kressel