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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Fundamentalists"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Fundamentalists are pumping hundreds of thousands of dollars into a campaign to align themselves with Black religious leaders against gays. (Web site)
  2. Fundamentalists are particularly fond of the metaphors of warfare. (Web site)
  3. Fundamentalists are unlikely to enjoy David Cronenberg's eXistenZ but h e can't see why. (Web site)
  4. The fundamentalists are attacking other prospective leaders in the Assembly of Experts, too. (Web site)
  5. Although Fundamentalists are the most recent critics of infant baptism, opposition to infant baptism is not a new phenomenon. (Web site)

Themselves Evangelicals

  1. MacArthur has stated, concerning himself and his Grace Community Church staff, that they consider themselves evangelicals, not fundamentalists.

Islamic Fundamentalists

  1. As with adherents of other fundamentalist movements, Islamic fundamentalists hold that the problems of the world stem from secular influences.

Growing

  1. While not all Christian fundamentalists are Dominionists, Dominionism’s influence is powerful and growing. (Web site)
  2. While the PLO's resources were declining, Islamic fundamentalists were growing in power, particularly in the Gaza Strip. (Web site)

Fighting

  1. Meanwhile in West Sumatra, fighting had broken out between supporters of traditional law and Islamic fundamentalists.

Women

  1. Fighting such women are considered "fighting morally corrupt people" by fundamentalists.

Popular

  1. John Piper and John MacArthur are popular among fundamentalists. (Web site)
  2. Holocaust denial is most commonly associated with neo-Nazis or anti-Semites; it has become popular in recent years among Islamic fundamentalists.

Extent

  1. This angered the Hindu fundamentalists to the extent of killing Gandhi.

Thousands

  1. Like thousands and thousands of dear compatriots, Ahmad Kasravi was a victim of a chain of terror orchestrated by Islamic fundamentalists.

Views

  1. But, it is not as easy to dismiss the views of the archaeologists as it is to dismiss those of Hindu fundamentalists. (Web site)

Morality

  1. The upshot is that both the fundamentalists and the existentialists are mistaken about what morality requires.
  2. Particularly vehement in this regard are Islamic fundamentalists, who view Western secularism as a serious threat to morality itself.

First

  1. The term "New Evangelicals" was first used by Harold Ockenga in the late 1940's to refer to himself and a splinter group of fundamentalists. (Web site)

Opposition

  1. The main characters often comment on "bad pagans" and on the opposition they receive from fundamentalists.

Conservatives

  1. Among conservatives and fundamentalists, the Vineyard Movement is controversial because it teaches doctrines they feel are unorthodox. (Web site)

Israel

  1. The great majority of religious Jews in Israel, influenced by fundamentalists, share these views to some extent. (Web site)
  2. By 1981 Sadat was meeting increasing opposition within Egypt itself, especially from Muslim fundamentalists, who opposed any accommodation with Israel. (Web site)
  3. He was assassinated in 1981 by Islamic fundamentalists who opposed the peace treaty with Israel, and succeeded by Hosni Mubarak. (Web site)

Islamic Jihad

  1. The intifada's other activists were the fundamentalists of Hamas and Islamic jihad.

Christian Right

  1. Religious conservatives and fundamentalists have joined forces to become a powerful political movement known as the Christian right.

Biblical Doctrine

  1. Virtually all modern evangelicals and fundamentalists emphatically reject the biblical doctrine of unconditional election. (Web site)

Scofield Reference Bible

  1. The Scofield Reference Bible became the leading Bible used by independent Evangelicals and Fundamentalists in the U.S. for the next sixty years.

Church

  1. But Fundamentalists try to ignore the historical writings from the early Church which clearly indicate the legitimacy of infant baptism. (Web site)
  2. Although the church has lost members to American fundamentalists, the church is still strong, especially in the rural villages. (Web site)

Modernists

  1. They charged the modernists with having lost their identity as Evangelicals and the Fundamentalists with having lost the Christ-like heart of Evangelicalism.

Dominion Theology

  1. Most mainline Christian denominations (and most Christian evangelicals and fundamentalists) reject Dominion Theology.

Charismatics

  1. Charismatics think Lutherans are "cold." Fundamentalists say Lutherans are strong on doctrine but weak on morals. (Web site)

Lives

  1. The argument is that ‘For fundamentalists it makes no difference how one lives or ends his life.' [p. (Web site)
  2. Brian Mikkelsen, Danish Culture Minister offers to pay for the protection of Hirsi Ali who lives under constant threat from Islamic fundamentalists.

Muslims

  1. We as Muslims were never fundamentalists in any kind of aspect.
  2. Where the so-called Muslim fundamentalists differ from other Muslims and indeed from Christian fundamentalists is in their scholasticism and their legalism. (Web site)
  3. Muslims in Myanmar are affected by the actions of Islamic Fundamentalists in other countries.

Denominations

  1. Some Fundamentalists strongly advocated separation from those denominations and institutions in which modernism was dominant. (Web site)

Atheists

  1. So to say that the New Atheists are fundamentalists, reductionists and are only talking about the mythic God are naive sweeping generalizations.

Stricter

  1. Based on observation, Baptists tend to be stricter and largely fundamentalists.

People

  1. Mohebbian goes on to say that the fundamentalists believe that people are willing to forsake political freedom for economic well-being.
  2. People who say they are against teaching the theory of evolution are very likely to be Christian fundamentalists.

Moral Majority

  1. From the late 1980s, fundamentalists sought to build on the success of the Moral Majority and like-minded groups.

Religious

  1. Unlike the religious fundamentalists or the New Atheists, I'm not willing to draw these kind of clean, institutional lines.
  2. The phrase was seized upon by religious fundamentalists, with the inclusion of the word "secular" often used to cast humanists as anti-religious. (Web site)

Fundamentalism

  1. We abhor fundamentalism but our attitude is like that of fundamentalists.

Religion

  1. Fuller thinks the division between science and religion is an artificial one perpetuated by “fundamentalists” on both sides. (Web site)
  2. We realize that this topic is controversial in nature, and as being related to religion, it acquires a certain sensitivity among religious fundamentalists.

Apostate

  1. He refers to fatwahs issued by fundamentalists such as "every Muslim who pleads for the suspension of the shari‘a is an apostate and can be killed". (Web site)

Islam

  1. Writing partially correct "The Bangladesh flag is green for the lush country, not for Islam, as some fundamentalists would prefer".
  2. Some scholars of Islam, such as Bassam Tibi, believe that, contrary to their own message, Islamic fundamentalists are not actually traditionalists. (Web site)
  3. For instance, many Christian fundamentalists consider the God of Islam (Allah) to be a false god or demon.

Creationism

  1. Creationism: God's gift to the ignorant - Richard Dawkins talks about how the Fundamentalists distort science.

Fundamentalist

  1. Bob Jones is asking whether he can continue to call himself a fundamentalist because the major body of fundamentalists has moved too far from his position. (Web site)

Bible

  1. Fundamentalists teach only according to their personal interpretations of a bible that was first seriously altered by Martin Luther. (Web site)
  2. Fundamentalists accept the enduring authoritativeness and impugnability of a prescientific interpretation of the Bible.

God

  1. Since a religion's scripture is considered the word of its god or gods, fundamentalists believe that no person is right to change it or disagree with it.
  2. Christian Fundamentalists read the Bible as the "inerrant, infallible" Word of God, much like fundamentalist Muslims would read the Qu'ran. (Web site)
  3. God is the supreme power and his command is law, be it religious or civil—a view shared by Islamic fundamentalists. (Web site)

Jerry Falwell

  1. I will grant you this: the fundamentalists did not organize anything to affect political policy, as did Jerry Falwell, and now James Dobson.
  2. Imagine what the U.S. would be like if laws were based on Christian fundamentalists such as Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson, & James Dobson.

Pentecostals

  1. Pentecostals differ from Fundamentalists by placing more emphasis on personal spiritual experience.

Evangelicals

  1. In his book The Fundamentalist Phenomenon, Jerry Falwell invites evangelicals to sit down and discuss matters with the fundamentalists. (Web site)
  2. Growing out of that, and probably in part a result of it, is the tendency for evangelicals and fundamentalists to join forces. (Web site)
  3. This call for fundamentalists and evangelicals to take political power was a radical and ominous mutation of traditional Christianity. (Web site)

Fundamentalists

  1. Both Evangelicals and Fundamentalists hold to the belief that the Bible is the perfect, "Spirit-breathed", words of God to all who read it.
  2. Some of the most important and widely used are: born again Christians, Evangelicals, Pentecostals, Charismatics and Fundamentalists. (Web site)
  3. Many fundamentalists accept only the King James Version translation of the Bible and study tools based on it, such as the Scofield Reference Bible.

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