Religion and Violence   /   Spring 2004   /    Bibliographic Review

Religion and Violence: A Bibliography

Charles K. Bellinger

THE LITERATURE ON RELIGION AND VIOLENCE WAS already substantial before the Sept. 11 attacks, and it has swelled at an increased pace since then. I have not seen abundant evidence, however, that the serious reflections on violence expressed in these books has made a noticeable impact on the shape of higher education, on news media reporting, or on the thinking of government officials around the world. This is unfortunate.

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