Authored by United States Army Command and General Staff College
This book explores what, if any, domestic terror threat Christian extremism poses and follows the Constructivist approach: how ideas define structure, how this structure defines interests, and how actors take action within their organization. Initially focusing on the history and core beliefs of the Christian Identity movement and radical fringes of Dominion and Reconstruction theology, this book identifies two major underlying themes with Christian extremism: racism through the use of religion as an accelerant to promote violence and religiously motivated terrorism to support what is perceived as God’s will and law.
Nov 08 2014
1503144054 / 9781503144057
US Trade Paper
8.5″ x 11″
Black and White
Political Science / Political Freedom & Security / Terrorism