No god in common : American evangelical discourse on islam after 9/11

  title={No god in common : American evangelical discourse on islam after 9/11},
  author={Richard P. Cimino},
  journal={Review of Religious Research},
  • Richard P. Cimino
  • Published 1 December 2005
  • Political Science
  • Review of Religious Research
After the September 11 terrorist attacks on the U.S., evangelical leaders emerged as strong critics and even antagonists of Islam. This rhetoric is reflected in evangelical books and articles that have been published in the last decade, but particularly since 9/11. Through a content analysis of evangelical books on Islam published before and after 9/11, this article finds that there was a noticeable change of emphasis and perspective on Islam after the attacks. Most of the post-9/11 literature… 

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