Information

Last reviews

By Linda W. on 17 Apr. 2024 :

(5/5) 

Product rated : BOOKMARK - Psalm 31:15 (10-Pack) Great for a secret sister...

By Linda W. on 17 Apr. 2024 :

(5/5) 

Product rated : All Creatures Great and Small What a blessing to not have...

By Sally W. on 15 Apr. 2024 :

(5/5) 

Product rated : Full Assurance—Finding Settled Peace With God This little book is a...

By helen G. on 11 Apr. 2024 :

(5/5) 

Product rated : The Hiding Place Value Pack The WORLDWIDE Church is on...

By helen G. on 10 Apr. 2024 :

(5/5) 

Product rated : The Berean Call Booklet Pack The Berean Call is ALWAYS...
MOBI BOOKLET - Is religion to blame? - War, Religion, and the Interfaith Global Peace Agenda View larger

MOBI BOOKLET - Is religion to blame? - War, Religion, and the Interfaith Global Peace Agenda

BKT-CT-RLG-MOBI

This is a Mobi booklet meaning that it will not be mailed to you as it is a digital download to be used with special e-readers (Kindle, etc).

More details

199 items in stock

$1.50

This is a digital download booklet. Nothing will be mailed to you. You will receive a download link to download the booklet to your computer.

Customer ratings and reviews

Nobody has posted a review yet
in this language

Save for later

Product Details

Format Digital Product (Download at Checkout)
Publisher Lighthouse Trails Publishing

Product Description

It has been popularly said that religion is responsible for the majority of the world’s conflicts. Posted on a BBC News Talking Point discussion board on the relevance of religion, one commentator boldly asserted, “Just look around the world today. Religion is the cause of all war and hate.”3

Expounding on this line of thinking is an Internet petition seeking “world peace” by the outright banning of “organized religion.” This petition, which needs to be viewed for what it is—an exercise in dissent—makes it very clear that organized religion “in all its factions, is responsible for most of the worlds wars and the entire ‘War on Terrorism.’” A number of petition signers, some showing immense tolerance by resorting to obnoxious and crude language, repeat the mantra “Religion is the cause of all wars.”4

Reviews

Be the first to write your review !

TAGS

30 other products in the same category:

Customers who bought this product also bought: