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The Psychology of Religious Violence and Terrorism

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    Religious terrorism has become commonplace in our lifetime.  What causes a person to kill innocent strangers in the name of religion?  Our guest Dr. James Jones is uniquely qualified to address this question. Dr. Jones, a professor of religion and adjunct professor of clinical psychology at Rutgers University is an authority on comparative religion and a clinical psychologist. Host Dr. Leslie Lundt welcomes Dr. Jones to discuss how we can help patients struggling with these issues.

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    Religious terrorism has become commonplace in our lifetime.  What causes a person to kill innocent strangers in the name of religion?  Our guest Dr. James Jones is uniquely qualified to address this question. Dr. Jones, a professor of religion and adjunct professor of clinical psychology at Rutgers University is an authority on comparative religion and a clinical psychologist. Host Dr. Leslie Lundt welcomes Dr. Jones to discuss how we can help patients struggling with these issues.

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