Religious Hostility

Religious Hostility

Author: Rodney Stark

Publisher: Isr Books

ISBN: 1940814006

Page: 150

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Based on an analysis of religious atrocities occurring during 2012, assesses religious hatred and intolerance around the world, examining why it occurs and whether its prevalence can be reduced.

Based on an analysis of religious atrocities occurring during 2012, assesses religious hatred and intolerance around the world, examining why it occurs and whether its prevalence can be reduced.



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