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SJMB Lecture: “On Theoterrorism”

VIEW EVENT DETAILS BY CLICKING HERE Theoterrorism means an individual’s/group’s calculated use of violence, or the threat of violence, against non-combatant/civilian targets, to inculcate a profound experience of terror and the sustained fear of re-experiencing that terror; it is intended … Continue reading

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RE: Paris Terrorism; You’re Doing it Wrong

NOTE: This is a rough edit, more a collection of ideas than a formal composition. In an effort to stay current, I am releasing it for public consumption now; it will become more refined over time. –SJMB, ed. “This is … Continue reading

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!NEW ARTICLE! Terrorizing the Dalit Theological Voice: A Post-Colonial Critique by Sundar J.M. Brown

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!! LECTURE EVENT !! Terrorism’s Theologies: Religious Ideology for the Violently Radicalized

Terrorism’s Theologies: Religious Ideology for the Violently Radicalized WHO:     Sundar J.M. Brown WHERE: Moravian Theological Seminary, The Saal WHEN:   Tuesday, November 11th, 2014, 12:30pm – 2:00pm WHAT:   Presentation, Facilitated Discussion & Open Panel Q&A INFO:    seminary@moravian.edu … Continue reading

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!! LECTURE EVENT !! Global Terrorism: When Violence & World Religions Collide

Global Terrorism: When Violence & World Religions Collide WHO:     Sundar J.M. Brown WHERE: Moravian College, Haupert Union Building (The HUB), UBC Room WHEN:   Thursday, October 9th, 2014, 12:00 Noon – 1:30 pm WHAT:   Presentation, Facilitated Discussion & Open … Continue reading

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