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Fundamentalism seems to be on the rise in the world. Stern circles the globes to talk to men who have committed violence in the name of religion. Read morePublished 2 months ago by C. Townsend
A timely read in this day of ISIS and the slaying of 9 black church members
at the Emanuel African Methodist Church in Charleston SC by a lone wolf
Jessica Stern is an excellent writer and incredibly well informed on the subjects of her writing. I have read all of her books and Terror in the Name of God maintains her high... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Manjushri
This book is brilliant ,well researched and a must read for politicians, soldiers. theologians and academicians anyone who loves peace and their fellow human beings.Published 9 months ago by AMA
The book was everything it was advertised to be. I'm very satisfied with my purchase.Published 9 months ago by marty
This was assigned for a Terrorism class. I'm still reading, but for the most part the material is rather interesting and doesn't read like a textbook. Read morePublished 14 months ago by listenhere