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The moderation we see among nonfundamentalists is not some sign that faith itself has evolved; it is, rather, the product of the many hammer blows of modernity that have exposed certain tenets of faith to doubt.
James W. Johnson, who is Catholic, charges that state-supported community college is discriminating against nonfundamentalists in violation the Florida Constitution that prohibits using state money "directly or indirectly in aid of any church, sect, or religious denomination."
They're too extreme, too ignorant, too out of it for most nonfundamentalists to want to see them deciding whether or not their kids get to read Of Mice And Men or celebrate Halloween.
It centers on whether they should stay in their monastery while Islamic fundamentalists are roaming the countryside killing foreigners and nonfundamentalists.