Kresta in the Afternoon – January 4, 2008 – Hour 2

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    Our Topic – Faith, Reason, and the War Against Jihadism.

    More than half a decade after 9/11, safe passage through a moment of history fraught with both peril and possibility requires Americans across the political spectrum to see things as they are. Drawing on a quarter century of experience at the intersection of moral argument and public policy, George Weigel describes rigorously and clearly the threat posed by global jihadism: the religiously inspired ideology which teaches that it is the moral obligation of all Muslims to employ whatever means are necessary to compel the world’s submission to Islam. Exploring that ideology’s theological, social, cultural, and political roots, Weigel points a new direction for both public policy and interreligious dialogue, one that meets the challenge of jihadism forthrightly while creating the conditions for a less threatening, more mutually enriching encounter between Islam and the West. Faith, Reason, and the War Against Jihadism.

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