The American invasion of Iraq was largely governed by faith-based policy.
The "shock and Awe" strategy, alongside a grossly mismanaged occupation, led to the loss of American lives.
Faith-Based War presents an analysis of the imperialist Christian militarism behind the Bush Administration.
America's self-perception as God's Chosen is examined and its catastrophic results detailed.
The book offers an ethical, political and theological perspective on the perversion of Christian teaching behind the war in Iraq and the moral culpability of the American empire.