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Richard Jackson

, and the 19 million Christian Right voters who purchase books like Pat Robertson’s New World Order or the Tim LaHaye novels about the end of the world now represent the single most influential voting bloc in the country (Aune 2003: 520). George W. Bush is arguably America’s first Christian fundamentalist president and many of his senior officials, notably Attorney General John Ashcroft, share his

in Writing the war on terrorism
An interview with Tim O’Connor
Graham Spencer

view of the world – you see examples of it, for instance, in America and the Christian Right. For someone who reads between the lines, what are they reading? They are trying to find out whether there is a way of working with language in a way that gives you enough of what you need and gives me enough of what I need without either of us sacrificing on fundamentals. It’s as simple as that. That is similar to the nothing is agreed until everything is agreed approach? It is. Is there any

in Inside Accounts, Volume I
Jonathan Benthall

tradition.) Cook identifies partial non-Muslim parallels: as regards the increase in religiosity, in the rise of Pentecostalism and Charismatic Catholicism; as regards identity politics, in the Hindutva nationalist movement; as regards the imposition of social values, in the mainstream Christian Right in the United States; as regards the campaign to restore the Caliphate, in a Christian

in Islamic charities and Islamic humanism in troubled times