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Stories of wars, suicide bombers, and hatred in the Middle East appear in headlines every day, and people puzzle over the reasons for the turmoil. Using a roundtable format, three experts on the history and religions of the Middle East provide context for the conflict, addressing questions such as: Why is there so much unrest in that part of the world? Why is there hatred among different sects within Islam? What light do the scriptures and modern prophets shed on the conflict? What are the prospects for peace in the Middle East? How does the conflict affect me? This enlightening discussion will not only help you make sense of the headlines but give you a greater understanding of the people and the religions in this vital area of the world.
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Richard Neitzel Holzapfel, moderator of teh roundtable CD What Da Vinci Didn't know, leads this discussion. The managing director of the BYU Religious Studies Center publication office and a professor of Church history and doctrine at BYU, he is the author or editor of more than twenty-five books. He is the moderator of two other roundtable CDs: What Da Vinci Didn't Know and The Truth about the Gospel of Judas.
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