The book is in two volumes and describes the evolution of Judeo-Christianity and Islam and the 1,300 years of warfare between them. Islam and Christianity follow gods with different characteristics and differing doctrine—free will versus determinism. They were engaged in bloody conflict from AD 632 until 1856 (Crimean War) when the Ottoman Empire became the “sick man” of Europe. It reignited with Egyptian encouragement backed by Soviet money, the arming of fedayeen terrorists in 1956, and the Six-Day War following Egypt’s seizure of the Suez Canal, and it has become progressively more serious ever since.
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The 1300 Year's War: Volume 1
The 1300 Year’s War: Volume 1
In the introduction to The 1300 Year’s War, author Robert Maddock states: “This volume makes comparisons between Christianity and Islam and follow [sic] their historical evolution and the wars between them.” Thus, one would expect a historical narrative outlining the religious wars between Muslims and Christians, with doctrinal backgrounds in both faiths. Most of this text, however, is dedicated to critiquing Islam and Muslims…
Religious Faith Written in Volumes by Robert Maddock
Author Robert Maddock sets the tone for an overview of the evolution of Judeo-Christianity and Islam and their 1,300 years of warfare. Its general theme is the determinism of Islam and the free will of Christianity…