Religion and Organized Violence (2)

In our everyday world, we are all familiar with the linguistic reality that “terrorism” is a bad word and “terrorists” are bad people. On the other hand, “war” is usually a good word, or at least a neutral word, and “warriors” are frequently our greatest heros.

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Religion and Organized Violence (1)

To say that religion is a set of human phenomena is to emphasize that it is too nebulous and too fuzzy to be captured and imprisoned in a net of rigid categories.

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The Dichotomous Logic of “Obsession”

The film is a critique of the same tendencies that it is seeking to promote. It is based on the same logic that it condemns and rejects. As such, the film falls apart under its own weight.

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