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September 11

Historical, Theological and Social Perspectives

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September 11: Historical, Theological and Social Perspectives
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This title offers a comprehensive perspective on the background, causes and outcome of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Containing 13 articles by leading scholars of sociology, theology and history, this book examines all aspects of the events, from the motivations of Bin Laden to the difficult question, "why did God permit this?". It also covers Muslim and Christian perspectives and concludes with a thoughtful argument for increased mutual understanding between nations and religions.
Release date NZ
September 11th, 2002
Contributors
Edited by Ian Markham (Dean, Hartford Seminary, USA) Edited by Ibrahim Abu-Rabi'
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Oneworld Publications
Pages
302
Dimensions
146x225x24
ISBN-13
9781851683086
Product ID
2073751

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