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From jeremiad to jihad

John D. Carlson

From jeremiad to jihad

religion, violence, and America

by John D. Carlson

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion,
  • Violence,
  • Religious aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJohn D. Carlson and Jonathan H. Ebel, editors
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL65.V55 F77 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25162550M
    ISBN 109780520271654, 9780520271661
    LC Control Number2011050355


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Jihad is the Arabic term for “effort” or “exertion” to “follow the path of God;” it refers to “a struggle that can involve violence or resistance against perceived enemies of Islam” (10). Carlson and Ebel assert that “the reality is that jeremiad and jihad have more in common than first meets the eye.”.

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1. Jeremiads can take many forms; they can be non-fiction or fiction, and delivered in song, poem, essay, novel, book, film, or article. This list concentrates on non-fiction books (with one essay and a bonus film thrown in for good measure).

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The title “From Jeremiad to Jihad” reflects the book’s chronological framework. The essays cover the period from the jeremiads of the early American colonists to the anti-American jihadists behind 9/11, and the war on terrorism that ensued. Jeremiad, as defined in the book, is “a biblically rooted, sustained lament about a nation or.

Jeremiads and History. The African American Jeremiad "The American jeremiad is a rhetoric of indignation, expressing deep dissatisfaction and urgently challenging the nation to reform. The term jeremiad, meaning a lamentation or doleful complaint, derives from the biblical prophet, JeremiahAlthough Jeremiah denounced Israel's wickedness and foresaw tribulation in the near-term, he also.This chapter narrates the militant abolitionist John Brown's infamous raid and dramatic capture at Harper's Ferry on October 6, Brown had led a band of twenty-one men, including three of his sons, in a wildly conceived and shoddily executed effort to seize the federal armory in .