By Dennis J. Dunn
The e-book finds the nexus among faith and politics at the present time and indicates 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 chain of values that include effective Western overtones. either Putin’s Orthodox Russia and areas lower than the keep an eye on of such Islamist teams like ISIS and Al Qaeda resent and test, in a mostly languishing attempt, to frustrate this sequence of values. The booklet explains the present stress among the West and Russia and components of the Muslim international and sheds mild at the factors of such crises because the Syrian Civil conflict, Russia’s aggression opposed to Ukraine, and acts of terrorism equivalent to Sept. 11 and the ISIS-inspired massacres in Paris. It exhibits that faith keeps to impact international order and that wisdom of its influence on political identification and worldwide governance may still advisor either govt coverage and scholarly research of latest history.
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What Muhammad recited during these auditions was, Muslims believed, the most complete and accurate record of God’s will and truth and, thus, the major source of Islam’s beliefs. Because Muhammad could neither write nor read, it was important for him to memorize or have others nearby who could memorize what was being recited. 6 The Koran was to be taken literally and was in theory impervious to analysis, interpretation, and reason. It was the word of God and had to be accepted exactly as it was stated in Arabic.
A History of Orthodox, Islamic, and Western Christian Political Values by Dennis J. Dunn