When Religion Becomes Evil: Five Warning Signs

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Harper Collins, 13 Okt 2009 - 304 halaman
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In this thoroughly revised and updated edition, leading religion and Middle East expert Charles Kimball shows how all religious traditions are susceptible to these basic corruptions and why only authentic faith can prevent such evil.

The Five Warning Signs of Corruption in Religion

1. Absolute Truth Claims
2. Blind Obedience
3. Establishing the "Ideal" Time
4. The End Justifies Any Means
5. Declaring Holy War

 

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I mainly planned to read this book because it was doing the same thing I'm doing in the book I'm writing and hope to publish. I thought it was written by some nice, probably obscure, professor who did ... Baca ulasan lengkap

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An excellent book focusing on where religion goes wrong, our vulnerability, and naive approach for saving ourselves. Touches on cults, and the trap many fall into. The separation and enmeshment with government. Baca ulasan lengkap

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one Is Religion the Problem?
15
two Absolute Truth Claims
49
three Blind Obedience
81
four Establishing the Ideal Time
110
five The End Justifies Any Means
137
six Declaring Holy War
166
seven An Inclusive Faith Rooted in a Tradition
199
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Tentang pengarang (2009)

Charles Kimball is a professor of comparative religion at Wake Forest University. An ordained Baptist minister who received his doctorate from Harvard University in comparative religion with specialization in Islamic studies, Dr. Kimball is the author of three books about religion in the Middle East.

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