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John Renard“Exegesis and Violence: Texts, Contexts, and Hermeneutical Concerns,” in Fighting Words: Religion Violence and the Interpretation of Sacred Textsed. John Renard (Berkeley: University of California Press2012) 1.
Renard“Exegesis and Violence” 2.
Reuven Firestone“A Brief History of War in the Hebrew Bible and the Jewish Interpretive Tradition,” in Fighting Words47.
Todd Lawson“The Baha’i Tradition: The Return of Joseph and the Peaceable Imagination,” in Fighting Words135.
Jamsheed K. Choksy“Justifiable Force and Holy War in Zoroastrianism,” in Fighting Words162.
Choksy“Justifiable Force and Holy War” 173.
Michael Sells“Finhas of Medina: Islam, ‘The Jews,’ and the Construction of Religious Militancy,” in Fighting Words120.
Laurie L. Patton“The Failure of Allegory: Notes on Textual Violence and the Bhagavad Gita,” in Fighting Words178.
Pashaura Singh“Words as Weapons: Theory and Practice of a Righteous War (Dharam Yudh) in Sikh Texts,” in Fighting Words201.
Singh“Words as Weapons” 221.
Renard“Exegesis and Violence” 26.
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