A Precursor to Understanding Islamic Conceptions of Political Peace: Realizing the Significance of Theology
This paper explores the importance of theology in public policy by examining the interaction of Islam and Democracy in today's global context.
||Democracy, Islam, Peace, Theology, Religion, Politics, Globalization, Terrorism, International Relations
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp.57-64.
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I was raised in the evangelical subculture of America. I attended a Christian junior high and high school. After gradation I served in the United States Marine Corps and served as a chaplain's assistance and substance abuse counselor. Upon leaving the Marines I completed by undergraduate studies in Bible and Theology at the Moody Bible Institute, followed by a Master's in Urban studies. I then began serving in a homeless shelter in Chicago and working as a pastor. My academic work continued with a Masters in Biblical and Theological studies, concentration in New Testament at Wheaton and a second Masters in Religion in American Life under historian Mark Noll. I am married with seven children and plan on continuing my academic studies at the University of Chicago in social ethics.
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