Who Is My Enemy?: Questions American Christians Must Face about Islam--And Themselves
by Lee Camp
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Current discussion of Islam in America tends toward two polar extremes. On one hand is the notion that Christianity is superior to Islam and that Muslims are warmongers. On the other is the notion that all religions basically say the same thing and are peaceable.
Theologian and critically acclaimed author Lee Camp argues that both these extremes are wrong. He introduces Christian and Islamic views on war and peacemaking and examines Christian and non-Christian terrorism to help readers confront their own prejudices. Camp shatters misconceptions about religious violence, arguing that American Christians often opt for an ethic that has more in common with the story of Muhammad than with the story of Jesus.
This book shows readers how to respond faithfully and intelligently to Muslims in today's world as well as to the New Atheists who suppose that all religion is inherently violent. It provides balanced teaching on war and peacemaking, offering hope for reconciliation in a post-9/11 world.
|Product:|| Who Is My Enemy?: Questions American Christians Must Face about Islam--And Themselves|
|Author:|| Lee Camp|
|Binding Type:|| Paperback|
|Media Type:|| Book|
|Number of Pages:|| 192|
|Weight:|| 0.59 pounds|
|Length:|| 9.05 inches|
|Width:|| 6.08 inches|
|Height:|| 0.51 inches|
|Publisher:|| Brazos Press|
|Publication Date:|| October 2011|
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