Holy War: The Crusades and Their Impact On Today’s World is the legend of the crusades and the romantic and violent events that happened in 1095. The outbreak of war between two religious cults is well narrated in this book by Karen Armstrong.
The book encompasses the history of Medieval Europe and the view of the country from the eyes of the religious world. The book has a variety of unique and interesting arguments about the commonalities and differences between Islam, Christianity and Judaism and the impact they have had over that period of time. The book also reflects the birth of violence due to religious sensitivity and shows how the killing of innocent people has historically been the outcome of prejudice and misconceptions. The latest sufferings and agitations in the Middle-East have been analyzed taking the transition happened from history to the present age and the impact it has had on the human civilization into account. This second edition of Holy War: The Crusades and Their Impact On Today’s World was published in 2001 by RHUS in paperback.
Written for lovers of world history and religious science, this book is an in-depth analysis that has been presented in the form of a tale.