8 edition of Religion, terror and violence found in the catalog.
Religion, terror and violence
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Bryan Rennie and Philip L. Tite.|
|Contributions||Rennie, Bryan S., 1954-., Tite, Philip L., 1969-.|
|LC Classifications||BL65.T47 R46 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 290 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|ISBN 10||0415442303, 0415442311|
|ISBN 10||9780415442305, 9780415442312|
|LC Control Number||2007037960|
'"Religion, Terror, and Violence" is a timely collection on an urgent set of issues. Paul Christopher Johnson's essay, skillfully combining theory, intellectual history, ethnographic observation and social criticism is, by itself, more than worth the price of admission. Religious terrorism is a response to violations a community feels it has experienced. Often a “religionization” takes place, and the conflict is described in cosmic terms. So terrorism must be “decosmitized.” I am relatively optimistic that an end to religious violence may be possible.
Religious violence is undergoing a revival. The past decade has witnessed a sharp increase in violent sectarian or religious tensions. These range from Islamic extremists waging global jihad and power struggles between Sunni and Shia Muslims in the Middle East to the persecution of Rohingya in Myanmar and outbreaks of violence between Christians and . You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.
This chapter describes religious terrorism as “performance violence,” illustrating that performance violence is planned in order to obtain tangible goals, and also to theatrically enact and communicate an imagined reality. The scenario that underlies the performance of religious terrorism is often one of cosmic war. Some religious terrorism could also be motivated by Cited by: 3. Contents. Berman begins the book with a discussion of the September 11 attacks of He then details the ideology of Sayyid Qutb, an influential figure behind the development of Islamism, before moving on to a general overview of suicidal Islamic extremist violence that preceded the World Trade Center argues against the two popular views that the success of Author: Paul Berman.
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Religion, Terror and Violence brings together a group of distinguished scholars from a range of backgrounds and disciplines to explore the claim that acts of violence – most spectacularly the attack of Septem and the international reaction to it – were intimately linked to cultural and social authorizing processes that could be called 'religious.'Format: Paperback.
Religion, Terror and Religion brings together a group of distinguished scholars from a range of backgrounds and disciplines to explore the claim that acts of violence – most spectacularly the attack of Septem and the international reaction to it – were intimately linked to cultural and social authorizing processes that could be called 'religious.'.
'"Religion, Terror, and Violence" is a timely collection on an urgent set of issues. Paul Christopher Johnson's essay, skillfully combining theory, intellectual history, ethnographic observation and social criticism is, by itself, more than worth the price of admission.3/5(1).
Written by the director of the Institute for the Research of Organized and Ritual Violence, Investigating Religious Terrorism and Ritualistic Crimes is the first complete resource to assist in crime scene identification, criminal investigation, and prosecution of religious terrorism and occult crime.
Terror and violence book analyzes occult and religious terrorist practices from each group’s theological Cited by: 7. Westminster John Knox Press, Jan 1, - Religion - pages 0 Reviews Robert McAfee Brown's Religion and Violence is a comprehensive introduction to the ethical and moral questions that abound.
Religion, Terror and Violence: Religious Studies Perspectives: Bryan Rennie, Philip L. Tite: Books - or: Bryan Rennie, Philip L.
Tite. Peacemaking and the Challenge of Violence in World Religions, edited by Irfan A. Omar and Michael K. Duffey, is a broad-based review of “violence committed in the name of religion and what religions say can be done to prevent it.” Omar, a well-published theology professor, focuses on the relation between Islam and other faiths.
Take, for example, sociologist Mark Juergensmeyer's book Terror in the Mind of God, perhaps the most widely influential academic book on religion and violence. According to Juergensmeyer, religion exacerbates the tendency to divide people into friends and enemies, good and evil, us and them, by ratcheting divisions up to a cosmic level.
The Quran contains at least verses that speak of war with nonbelievers, usually on the basis of their status as non-Muslims. Some are quite graphic, with commands to chop off heads and fingers and kill infidels wherever they may be hiding.
Muslims who do not join the fight are called 'hypocrites' and warned that Allah will send them to Hell. In this wide-ranging and erudite book, Mark Juergensmeyer asks one of the most important and perplexing questions of our age: Why do religious people commit violent acts in the name of their god 5/5(1).
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 groups and beliefs in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.5/5(1).
Religious ter- rorism is a type of political violence motivated by an absolute belief that an other- worldly power hassanctioned—and commanded—terrorist violence for the greater glory of the faith.
Acts committed in the name of the faith will be forgiven by the otherworldly power and perhaps rewarded in an Size: KB. Religion and violence Recently, the assumption of some sort of distinctive and intrinsic link between religion and violence, and its implications for such issues as terrorism, have come under scrutiny, most radically in William Cavanaugh’s important book, The Myth of Religious Violence.
terrorism, are done in a religious way without necessarily being about religion. This brings us back to the violence of religious terrorism and the central question—“what’s religion got to do with it?”—without a simple answer. Religioscope – In your book ‘Inside Terrorism’ and in your articles, you have emphasized that religious terrorism leads to more intense forms of violence, and you have been proved right by the recent developments.
It seems that religious terrorists see themselves as actors in a metaphysical, cosmic war between good and evil. "This dark, enthralling book not only documents the global rise of religious terrorism but seeks to understand the 'odd attraction of religion and violence.' Juergensmeyer is a powerful, skillful writer whose deeply empathetic interviewing techniques allow readers to enter the minds of some of the late 20th century's most feared religious.
The End of Faith by Sam Harris is a genuinely frightening book about terrorism, and the central role played by religion in justifying and rewarding blame “extremists” who “distort” the “true” message of religion.
Harris goes to the root of the problem: religion itself. Books shelved as religious-violence: The Myth of Religious Violence: Secular Ideology and the Roots of Modern Conflict by William T.
Cavanaugh, Islamopho. Reviews "This dark, enthralling book not only documents the global rise of religious terrorism but seeks to understand the ""odd attraction of religion and violence.""—Starred Review—Publishers Weekly"The fourth edition of Mark Juergensmeyer’s ground-breaking book testifies to the ongoing relevance of its subject matter and to the value.
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1. A few terms that are important to the study of violence in Islam are: terrorism, religious terrorism and Islamic terrorism. A discussion of these terms will permit a comprehensive analysis on the way in which the use of violence sanctioned by the Quran and its interpretations amounts to Islamic terrorism.
Terrorism. 2.Religion sustains groups more effectively than any other force. It suppresses violence within. It rises to the threat of violence from without. Most conflicts and wars have nothing to do with religion whatsoever. They are about power, territory and glory, things that are secular, even profane.
But if religion can be enlisted, it will be."Religion, Terror and Violence" brings together a group of distinguished scholars from a range of backgrounds and disciplines to explore the claim that acts of violence - most spectacularly the attack of Septem and the international reaction to it - were intimately linked to cultural and social authorizing processes that could be called 'religious.'.