3 edition of Religious Fundamentalism found in the catalog.
July 31, 2008
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||328|
Memoirs about crazy religious upbringings are usually my favorite kind, and there was no shortage of crazy in Elizabeth Esther's violent, patriarchal, fundamentalist childhood, but this memoir felt more like cobbled together journal entries than a complete, polished book.4/5. Two Jungian psychoanalysts, Vladislav Solc and George J. Didier, have written a new book exploring the psychological causes and dynamics of religious fanaticism: "Dark Religion: Fundamentalism.
Israel Shahak’s () ‘Jewish History, Jewish Religion’ argued that while Islamic fundamentalism is vilified in the West, comparable Jewish extremism is largely ignored. In the book’s forward, Edward Said wrote: ".Shahak’s mode of telling . Fundamentalism, for the purpose of this article, is a movement within the church that holds to the essentials of the Christian faith. In modern times the word fundamentalist is often used in a derogatory sense. The Fundamentalist movement has its roots in Princeton Theological Seminary because of its association with graduates from that.
Yet I’ve watched it. And read the book. Why? Because I believe this story is important. Atwood saw the dangers of religious fundamentalism, and wrote a stinging rebuke to it, much like Aldous. Christian fundamentalism began in the late 19th and early 20th centuries among British and American Protestants as a reaction to theological liberalism and cultural entalists argued that 19th-century modernist theologians had misinterpreted or rejected certain doctrines, especially biblical inerrancy, which they considered the fundamentals of the Christian faith.
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In both religious and political forms fundamentalism is a dark force. The guess is that probably fundamentalism will not flourish in a free society, at least to the degree its members interact with either outsiders or outside thought. I highly recommend this short book.4/5(3).
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Another enlightening book from Karen Armstrong on religion. Religious Fundamentalism book one focuses on the emergence in recent years of powerful -- and politically powerful -- fundamentalist trends in the three great monotheistic religions.
She presents these not as a reversion to the past, but as an attempt to deal with a frightening modern world/5(). The book title suggests he is speaking about fundamentalism, but his polemic is delivered against not just fundamentalism but also conservative evangelicalism, Catholicism, Mormonism and indeed any section of the church that seems to hold to any credal by: "The Book of Jerry Falwell" is a fascinating work of cultural analysis, a rare account that takes fundamentalist Christianity on its own terms and deepens our understanding of both religion and Author: Ami Pedahzur.
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Our favorite New Testament for Soul Winning. Karen Armstrong, a comparative religion specialist is the author of numerous books on religion, including The Case for God, A History of God, The Battle for God, Holy War, Islam, Buddha, and Fields of Blood, as well as a memoir, The Spiral Staircase.
Her /5. This book explores the relationships between fundamentalist religious belief, political extremism and outbreaks of religiously inspired violence. Is the post-Cold War world increasingly violent and is this violence the result of strident religious understandings of how societies should be organized?Reviews: 1.
Religious Fundamentalism deals with all of these four levels of analysis, uniquely combining sociological and psychological perspectives, and relating them to each other. Each chapter is followed by a lengthy case study, and these range from a close textual analysis of George W.
Bush’s second inaugural speech through to a treatment of Al-Qaida as a global media : Taylor And Francis. This book provides a multi-layered examination and unpacking of the umbrella term or phenomenon of "fundamentalism". By doing so, the author perhaps put forth the argument that "fundamentalism", especially the most recent variant of it, as essentially a reactionary response to the challenges brought about by modernisation and globalisation/5.
Christian Fundamentalism is a conservative movement in Christianity which has its origins both in the pre-millenarian movements of the 19th century and in reaction to major secular or liberal movements in culture or thought.
Responding to modern academia's critiques of the authentic accounts of the Bible, Christian leaders began to emphasize. Fundamentalism: A Very Short Introduction and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.4/4(12). In religious fundamentalism, the access to the exact meaning of the scripture is restricted to a small set of privileged ‘interpreters’ such as priests, clergy or other religious leaders.
This gives these leaders a great amount of authority, not only in religious matters, but in political matters as well. The attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon in the United States of September 11th, brought the phenomenon of religious fundamentalism to the world's ogical research has clearly demonstrated that fundamentalists are primarily reacting against modernity, and believe that they are fighting for the very survival of their faith against the secular enemy.
What is a fundamentalist Christian. In recent times, the term "fundamentalist" has become commonly used by the news media to refer to any religious group whom they consider to hold radical views.
We may recall frequent references to the mid-east Islamic fundamentalists who have been viewed as fanatics, and often responsible for acts of terrorism. He said that a large strain of Christian fundamentalism has arisen in Brazil in recent years and the federal government planned to officially label homosexuality a psychiatric disorder and provide funding for corrective "treatments," -- i.e., the infamous "gay camps" where they send LGBT kids to force them to become straight (Spoiler alert: the.
The Fundamentals: A Testimony To The Truth (generally referred to simply as The Fundamentals) is a set of ninety essays published between and by the Testimony Publishing Company of Chicago. It was initially published quarterly in twelve volumes, then republished in.
This book presents an innovative psychological framework for understanding religious fundamentalism. Blending extensive research and incisive analysis, the highly regarded authors distinguish fundamentalist traditions from other faith-based groups and illuminate the thinking and behavior of believers.
Offering respectful, historically informed examinations of several major fundamentalist Pages: James A. Beckford, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Fundamentalism.
Questions about religious authority have dominated analyses of the forms of religious fundamentalism that became influential in various faith traditions in the closing decades of the twentieth century.
Fundamentalism centers on unswerving faith in the authority of fixed.Religious Fundamentalism One particularly notable feature of religion in the Unites Sates has been the appearance of fundamentalist religious groups. Fundamentalism refers to “black‐and‐white” thinking that opposes modernism, or progressive thinking about religion and other social topics.