What Does Islam Mean In Today's World? Religion, Politics, Spirituality argues that modern Christianity has nothing to fear from traditional Islam: the two religions have common enemies, concerns, and are united in their opposition to immoralities such as materialism. The general public tends to associate Islam with terrorism: this book considers its underlying connections to Christian beliefs and examines Islam's role in modern societies. Chapters include surveys of art and culture as they discuss modern religious bias in a pick recommended for any spirituality and Middle East cultural collection. (Midwest Book Review
About the Author
William Stoddart was born in Carstairs, Scotland and lived most of his life in London. He was a close associate of both Frithjof Schuon and Titus Burckhardt and translated several of their works into English. He was assistant editor of the British journal Studies in Comparative Religion.