Buddhist Warfare challenges the fashionable notion that ‘emptiness is essentially compassion’. This book’s most shocking material is the studies of sutras that justify killing. Read Katherine Wharton’s TLS review
The Rushdie affair has resulted insidiously in the secularization of blasphemy: a form of self-censorship that limits our freedoms as much as any ghetto, argues Jenny Taylor in this quarter's Gospel and Our Culture Newsletter.
‘This book provides the necessary tools to help policy makers better navigate the world of pervasive religion . . a tonic for what ails the field of international affairs.’ Allen HertzkeRead more »