Christian Jihad: Two Former Muslims Look at the Crusades and Killing in the Name of Christ
Christian Jihad is the story of a horrific journey of slaughter and conversion by the sword. It paints the picture of warriors, fighting in the name of religion. It is a journey into the darkest hour of Christianity--the Crusades.
To most in the west, the Crusades are only a faded memory of events long past. But to the Islamic world, the "Crusaders" have never ended their attempt to take over the world. The authors, intent on providing more than a mere history lesson, examine the impact of the Crusades on today, question ideas like "just war," and urge Christians to learn from the past.
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Restating the Obvious as RelevantUser Review - Warren - Christianbook.com
This tract (it hardly meets the criteria for an in-depth discussion of the subject) is useful as a summary of the views expressed. I'm surprised the authors became "Christian," given their insights ... Read full review
Christian jihad: two former Muslims look at the Crusades and killing in the name of ChristUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
This is a sobering look at the dark side of Christian history by the Caners (Unveiling Islam ), former Muslims and now evangelicals, on the faculty of Southeastern Baptist Seminary and Liberty ... Read full review