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by Roberto De Mattei,Karl Keating

Author: Roberto De Mattei,Karl Keating
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: Chronicles Press/The Rockford Institute (August 1, 2007)
Pages: 92 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.5
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The Christian concept of just war is a much more limited idea that places much greater restrictions on its . The term "Clash of Civilizations" remains an apt one in describing the nature of the conflict between Islam and the West.

The Christian concept of just war is a much more limited idea that places much greater restrictions on its prosecution; and also requires sanction from a legitimate authority. Mattei seems to be convinced in the overall incompatibility of these two world visions. He also seems pessimistic to the notion that the Islamic world can be placated by simply appealing to the ideas of secularism. Endeavoring to do such without a greater spiritual foundation, (.

Holy War, Just War book. Roberto de Mattei (born 21 February 1948 in Rome, Italy) is an Italian Roman Catholic historian and author.

In the pages of Holy War, Just War, Roberto de Mattei argues that "The best way to approach Islam is to respect it. And to respect it means to accept it for what it is, without 'reinterpreting' it and trying to make it what it is no. His is such a sensible approach that it unlikely to be taken up by ou. . His is such a sensible approach that it unlikely to be taken up by our leaders, because to view Islam "as it really is" involves jettisoning illusions upon which our foreign policy has been built for decades. additional information.

by Roberto De Mattei. In these pages, Mattei argues that the best way to approach Islam is to respect it. And to respect it means to accept it for what it is, without 'reinterpreting it and trying to make it what it is not. (Christian). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780972061650.

Holy War, Just War. by Roberto De Mattei -From the Foreword by Karl Keating, President of Catholic Answers. by Roberto De Mattei. Shipped in 8 to 10 working days. In these pages, Mattei argues that "the best way to approach Islam is to respect it. And to respect it means to accept it for what it is, without 'reinterpreting it and trying to make it what it is no. From the Foreword by Karl Keating, President of Catholic Answers. Please note that Takealot relies on the relevant brand to provide us with accurate featured content for this product.

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In these pages, Roberto de Mattei argues that "The best way to approach Islam is to respect it. And to respect it means to accept it for what it is, without 'reinterpreting' it and trying to make it what it is not." His is such a sensible approach that it unlikely to be taken up by our leaders, because to view Islam "as it really is" involves jettisoning illusions upon which our foreign policy has been built for decades. Our leaders suffer from a lack of understanding, a lack of imagination, and a lack of will. They are content to serve as justification for Robert Louis Stevenson's remark that man does not live by bread alone, but chiefly by catchwords. Their thinking is that, with catchwords, we can muddle along-and we can, for a while. The true catch is that, once that while is over, it may be too late to rectify things. -From the Foreword by Karl Keating, President of Catholic Answers