Encyclopedia of Religion and War
Edited by Gabriel Palmer-Fernandez
Routledge – 2004 – 512 pages
Series: Religion and Society
This volume in the highly praised Religion and Society series examines and analyzes the role of religion in major wars, as well as the role of war in the development and spread of major religions. Entries cover historical as well as modern religious-based conflicts, such as modern Ireland and Chechnya.
'Intelligent … Undergraduates and nonspecialists will appreciate the thorough yet jargon-free style … Stands alone as the only pointed reference thus far on this particular and compelling topic. Recommended. General readers; undergraduates.' – Choice