A growing international recognition and concern about the consequences of religious faith and its relationship to public policy is a centerpiece of daily discourse and global media coverage. This timely and important book presents a series of conversations steeped in a diversity of viewpoints about the nature, role, and impact of religiously grounded moral arguments.This book is published in cooperation with the Ethics and Public Policy Center.
Michael Cromartie is vice president at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. He is the editor of several books, most recently A Public Faith: Evangelicals and Civic Engagement (2003).
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Religion, Culture, and International Conflict After September 11: A Conversation with Samuel P. Huntington Chapter 3 Religion and Terrorism: A Conversation with Bruce Hoffman and Jeffrey Goldberg Chapter 4 Islam: A Primer: A Conversation with Roy Mottahedeh and Jay Tolson Chapter 5 War in Iraq: Is it Just?: A Conversation with Christopher Hitchens, William Galston, and George Weigel Chapter 6 Just War and Jihad: Two Views of War: A Conversation with James Turner Johnson and Christopher Hitchens Chapter 7 Political Islam: A Conversation with Gilles Kepel and Jeffrey Goldberg Chapter 8 The Rise of Global Christianity: A Conversation with Philip Jenkins and David Brooks Part 9 About the Participants Part 10 Index