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The Religious Psychology of the Middle East Conflict

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by: Jerry L. Sherman
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Publication Date: October 13, 2015
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 73
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780990382140
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Book Synopsis
The Middle East Conflict is getting worse, and we mostly see it from points of view that justify us and condemn others. We need a Master Narrative that gives us wisdom about where this conflict comes from and where it is going.

Jerry L. Sherman has written THE ISHMAEL FACTOR, which shows the psychology of the conflict through the story of Ishmael and Isaac. It also shows how our different points of view involve us in the same problem. This small book quickly outlines the nature of the conflict and the problems with our attempts to understand it.
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Dr. Jerry L. Sherman is a professor of Philosophy and World Religion. As a Christian Zionist, he uses conceptual tools usually missing from political theory and analysis, bridging two worlds to give insight into both the actors in the Middle East and the viewpoints of those trying to understand them.
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