Sacrifice and Holy War: A Study of Religion and Violence

@inproceedings{Krech2003SacrificeAH,
  title={Sacrifice and Holy War: A Study of Religion and Violence},
  author={Volkhard Krech},
  year={2003}
}
Religions are a part of the cultural interpretation of primary experience and as such are intimately bound up with the elementary conditions and driving forces of human life. Depending on their orientation, religions can channel, sublimate, or arouse both vital and destructive forces. Religions deal with the forces of nature and attempt to interpret them; they are also able both to avert and to unleash psychological driving forces and conflicts of interest in society. Religions are able to do… Expand
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