By Dennis J. Dunn
The publication finds the nexus among faith and politics at the present time and exhibits that we are living in an interdependent global the place one international civilization is rising and the place the world’s peoples are carrying on with to coalesce round a sequence of values that include effective Western overtones. either Putin’s Orthodox Russia and areas below the regulate of such Islamist teams like ISIS and Al Qaeda resent and try out, in a mostly languishing attempt, to frustrate this sequence of values. The ebook explains the present rigidity among the West and Russia and components of the Muslim international and sheds gentle at the explanations of such crises because the Syrian Civil conflict, Russia’s aggression opposed to Ukraine, and acts of terrorism reminiscent of Sep 11 and the ISIS-inspired massacres in Paris. It indicates that faith keeps to impact international order and that wisdom of its impression on political id and international governance should still advisor either executive coverage and scholarly research of latest history.
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11 Faith also involved an acceptance of angels, devils, the Day of Judgment, fate, and divine books. It further included an acceptance of prophets and of Muhammad as the last and greatest of God’s prophets, who included Moses, Abraham, the other Jewish prophets, and Jesus Christ. Muhammad declared that Judaism and Christianity had some truth and that the Old and New Testaments were revealed truth, but that those religions and holy books were incomplete, had gone astray, and were partly erroneous.
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A History of Orthodox, Islamic, and Western Christian Political Values by Dennis J. Dunn