Religion and the politics of peace and conflict / edited by Linda Hogan and Dylan Lee Lehrke.
Contributor(s): Hogan, Linda | Lehrke, Dylan Lee.Material type: TextSeries: Princeton theological monograph series: 94.Publisher: Eugene, Or. : Pickwick Publications, c2009Description: xxii, 240 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1556350678; 9781556350672.Subject(s): Political violence -- Religious aspects | War -- Religious aspects | Violence -- Religious aspects | Peace -- Religious aspects | Conflict management -- Religious aspects | Religion and politics
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-240).
Introduction: Between legitimation and refusal: Jewish, Christian, and Islamic responses to political violence / Linda Hogan -- Legitimations and limits of war in Jewish tradition / George R. Wilkes -- And why should you not fight? The imperative of war in Islam and Christianity / John Kelsay -- Imagining co-existence in the face of war: the prophetic Jewish voice and the state, 1917-1948 / Mark Levine -- Sacrificing the sacrifices of war / Stanley Hauerwas -- Politics of peace in Islam / Muhammed A.S. Abdel Haleem -- Gender, religion, and war / Mary Condren -- Gendering of post-Holocaust Jewish responses to war and collective violence / Melissa Raphael -- Prisoner abuse: from Abu Ghraib to The passion of Christ / David Tombs -- Islam, women, and the politics of violence: illustrations from the Middle East / Haleh Afshar.
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