- Author:K. K. Kuriakose
- Publisher:Nova Science Publishers, Inc.; UK ed. edition (September 30, 2006)
- Pages:300 pages
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Nonviolence: A new agenda The culture of violence has gained a religious coloring in modern days. This article notes how religions have been a force both for peace and nonviolence, as well as for conflict and violence historically, including today.
Nonviolence: A new agenda The culture of violence has gained a religious coloring in modern days. It then explores the inner and outer aspects of religion, as well as the inner and outer aspects of peace, and how these relate to each other and the implications of both for future generations. As the above quotations indicate, almost all of the.
Religion, Terrorism, and Globalization book. Religion, Terrorism And Globalization Nonviolence: A New Agenda. 1594545537 (ISBN13: 9781594545535). The culture of violence has gained a religious colouring in modern days.
Authors: Kuriakose, K. K. Published by : Nova Science Publishers, (New York :) Physical details: xix, 300 p. ; 27 c. Globalization -Religious aspects. Relation between people and state. ; 27 cm. ISBN: 1594545537 Subject(s): Violence -Religious aspects. Terrorism -Religious aspects. Nonviolence -Religious aspects.
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Religion, Terrorism and Globalization: Nonviolence : a New Agenda K. Kuriakose Fragmentweergave - 2006. Over de auteur (2004)
Educational technology has brought distance education (or distributed learning) light years from its homely correspondence course beginnings. It is an integral part of 21st-century learning at all age. Religion, Terrorism and Globalization: Nonviolence : a New Agenda K. Over de auteur (2004). Kjell Erik Rudestam is Professor of Psychology at Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, California, where he served as Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for many years.
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The culture of violence has gained a religious colouring in modern days
The culture of violence has gained a religious colouring in modern days. With a destructive technological impetus, the question arises: Is there abuse of religious teachings? Is their any religious basis for violence and war? Then follow questions about the purpose of religion and the significance of concepts of peace and non-violence. As some find justification for war and violence in their religion, an inquiry must be made about the influence of religious scriptures on peace. Globalisation has had a varied impact on political, social, cultural, and religious behavioural systems.
Does religion cause terrorism? This page in brief
Does religion cause terrorism? This page in brief. Terrorism, including suicide bombing, mass shootings and other indiscriminate killing, is a sad feature of modern life. The perpetrators often seem to be religious ‘fanatics’. But the evidence about the causes may surprise you. The experts say that religion, along with many other factors, can provide some support for terrorism, but that religion is rarely the most significant cause. Terrorism may serve religious, ideological, nationalist, ethnic or personal goals, and terrorists may be personally motivated by a sense of humiliation, perceived.