The Case for Islamo-Christian Civilization

  title={The Case for Islamo-Christian Civilization},
  author={Richard W. Bulliet},
PrefaceChapter 1. Islamo-Christian CivilizationChapter 2. What Went On?Chapter 3. Looking for Love in All the Wrong PlacesChapter 4. The Edge of the FutureAppendixWorks Cited 
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