Reconsidering Religious Radicalism

The summer 2017 issue of The Review of Faith & International Affairs is a special theme issue titled, “Reconsidering Religious Radicalism.” The issue challenges a widely held assumption—namely, that some or even all religions, if interpreted too literally or followed too intensely, invariably promote violence or are at least hostile to pluralism. The issue builds on an interdisciplinary conference on this theme held on May 21, 2016 at the Cambridge Institute on Religion and International Studies, Clare College, University of Cambridge.

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