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Fundamentalism came from multiple streams in British and ... According to authors Robert D. Woodberry and Christian S. Smith,.

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Christian fundamentalism, movement in American Protestantism that arose in the late 19th century in reaction to theological modernism, which aimed to revise ...

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Many people associate this word with religious bigotry and close-mindedness. But in the early 20th century, fundamentalists were simply evangelicals ...

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Where can I find a history of fundamentalism in the U.S.—when it started and ... or that framed Christianity as a purely natural or human phenomenon that could ...

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Fundamentalism has a very specific meaning in the history of American Christianity, as the name taken by a coalition of mostly white, mostly northern Protestants ...

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Jun 14, 2016 ... The term fundamentalism has become the most elusive term on the American ( and world) religious scene. To delve into the meaning of ...

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Along with resisting "secular" behavior (e.g., dancing) and non-biblical theories of human origins (see Scopes Trial), Christian fundamentalism became a militant ...

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The roots of American Fundamentalist beliefs can be traced to the Niagara Bible ... Fundamentalist Christian preachers believed the work was a direct attack on ...

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Anglo-American Protestants held most positions of importance, so Christianity and culture were largely homogenous. Then, in the 1880s, ...