Terrorism as one possible form of religious violence

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Terrorism, as one possible form of religious violence, can be defined as: any threat or action intended to instill fear in civilian populations and achieve social, political, or religious aims. any damage that affects a group of people unintentionally, sometimes more neutrally called "collateral damage." an ideologically motivated physical attack designed to destroy an enemy group's material resources, such as military equipment. any form of subjugation from the perspective of those subjected. CONCEPT
Religious Wars & Violence 14 Which of the following is true of the philosophy of religion?
The philosophy of religion explains why God exists. The philosophy of religion uses qualitative methods in its study of religion. The philosophy of religion uses a strictly insider's perspective. CONCEPT Philosophy of Religion 15 Which of the following accurately reflects a Muslim perspective on the environment? 16
Which of the following best describes the significant relationship between food and religion? 17
In Islam, which of the following forbids interest in lending? The Five Pillars Sharia law Allah
The Imam CONCEPT Religion and Economics 18

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