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Free-Market Fundamentalism is far more ingrained and accepted by our intellectuals despite its obvious failings.
Fundamentalism is blind, ignorant, and often racist.
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Fundamentalism is alive and doing just fine in the US.
For this reason, Islamic Fundamentalism is making in roads in many areas.
Such inconsistencies lead inevitably to the conclusion that Fundamentalism is a bankrupt strain of theology, however well meant in its intentions.
Fundamentalism is a reactionary movement, reacting to liberal Protestantism.
Fundamentalism is associated with a desire to return to past times in the ideology.
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Fundamentalism is both a product and an agent of globalisation, because it acknowledges without nostalgia the loss of pristine cultures, and sees as positive the opportunity to build a universal religious identity, delinked from any specific culture, including the Western one perceived as corrupt and decadent — a constant topic of fundamentalist literature.
Fundamentalism, which is an adherence to a strict view of doctrine of any type, is harmful in the public square.
However, all extreme forms of the Protestant movement—from Puritanism to what is now known as Fundamentalism—have stressed the divine inspiration behind the words of the New Testament, and on those grounds alone forbade any suggestion that they might not be the literal truth.
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