Faith and Politics in Iran, Israel, and the Islamic State

Faith and Politics in Iran, Israel, and the Islamic State

Theologies of the Real

Goldberg, Ori

Cambridge University Press

12/2017

206

Dura

Inglês

9781107115675

15 a 20 dias

Faith and Politics in Iran, Israel, and the Islamic State considers political theologies formulated in Iran and Israel over the course of the twentieth century and proposes that these theologies have drawn their strength from a commitment to their concrete, divinely infused reality.
Introduction: religion as a political problem; Part I. The Crisis of the Real: 1. Khomeini at the end of the Iran-Iraq War: the necessity and frustration of faith; Part II. The Subverting Real: Mediating Absolute Perfections: 2. Sharon's speech: the first Israeli narrative: the straight lines of leadership and time; 3. The settler narrative: sovereignty as faith: redemption and the expansion of the real; 4. Gershon Hacohen's theology of the real: subversive mediation; Part III. The Urgency of the Real: 5. ISIS and the establishment of the caliphate: redemption and hollowness.
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