3 edition of Fighting fundamentalism found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Joel A. Carpenter.|
|Series||Fundamentalism in American religion, 1880-1950 ;, 32|
|Contributions||Carpenter, Joel A.|
|LC Classifications||BT82.3 .F54 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||88022722|
This book applies social identity theory to populism and fundamentalism simultaneously, and is to the author’s knowledge the only attempt to do so. It provides readers who may not be familiar with social identity theory with a relatively simple : Palgrave Macmillan. Christian fundamentalism began in the late 19th and early 20th centuries among British and American Protestants as a reaction to theological liberalism and cultural modernism. Fundamentalists argued that 19th-century modernist theologians had misinterpreted or rejected certain doctrines.
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. Take the wildly successful children’s book Good Night It is revolutionary, challenging the most fundamental structures of our society. feminism has a particular duty to fight “the.
Religious Fundamentalism and Terrorism Elijah Onyango Standslause Odhiambo1 Abstract The study of terrorism is multidisciplinary, which includes fields like Religion, sociology, criminology, political science amongst others. There are diverse reasons and motivations for terrorist activities. Some can be attributed on the socio-political. Protestant fundamentalism is probably the most impressive of all are the inter-denominational are Bible churches, or IFCA (Independent Fundamental Churches of America).They are Bible churches or have names like Church of the Open Door, Central Church, Fellowship Church or something similar to that. These are not bad Size: KB.
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"Fighting Fundamentalist is an exceptionally well-researched biographical polemic designed to rehabilitate the rancorous Carl McIntire from his reputation as a bigoted, extremist crank."--Journal of Church and StateCited by: 2.
Leena Al Olaimy is the cofounder of 3BL Associates, an award-winning social enterprise working on issues such as peace, climate change, and inclusive economic growth.
She is a Fulbright scholar, a Dalai Lama Fellow, a Salzburg Global Fellow, a Soliya Fellow, and a Wall Street Journal "Woman of Note" and is listed among Bahrain's Most Influential Women by Business in the Fighting fundamentalism book.
From the Back Cover. The new edition of Steve Bruce’s Fundamentalism grapples with the combination of social strains and religious ideas that have produced an explosion of fundamentalist activity in the wake of 9/ In a direct and Fighting fundamentalism book style, the new edition of his book investigates what lies behind the actions of Al-Qaeda, 4/5(3).
Markku Ruotsila's Fighting Fundamentalist, the first scholarly biography of McIntire, peels off the accumulated layers of caricature and makes a case for restoring McIntire to his place as one of the most consequential religious leaders in the twentieth-century United States.
Essentially the author contends that radical religious fundamentalists of all stripes are not interested in defeating and ending their fight, but continuing an unending war of Cited by: 8. Fighting Fundamentalism.
I used to be a pretty fundamentalist Catholic because I believed the Church had all the answers. Now I feel compelled to write about religious fundamentalism of all stripes (but especially the ones most familiar to me) from the perspective of somebody who lived it.
As Armstrong argues, the collapse of a piety rooted in myth and cult during the Renaissance forced people of faith to grasp for new ways of being religious--and fundamentalism was born.
Armstrong focuses here on three fundamentalist movements: Protestant fundamentalism in America, Jewish fundamentalism in Israel, Cited by: Books shelved as fundamentalism: Under the Banner of Heaven: A Story of Violent Faith by Jon Krakauer, The Reluctant Fundamentalist by Mohsin Hamid, The.
The Battle For God describes the aspects of the histories of the three great monotheisms (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) which led to the rise of modern fundamentalism in all three.
In the process, she explores some of the commonalities of these different fundamentalisms and their origins/5. Compassionate Counterterrorism: The Power of Inclusion in Fighting Fundamentalism (Audio Download): : Leena Al Olaimy, Ana Clements, Berrett-Koehler Publishers: Books/5(4). Fighting Fundamentalism 1.
The verbal, plenary inspiration of the Holy Scriptures. The virgin birth of Christ. The virtuous (sinless) life of Christ. The vicarious death of Christ. The victorious (bodily) resurrection of Christ. The visible (personal) return of Christ. "Markku Ruotsila's well-researched biography of Carl McIntire rescues this 'fighting fundamentalist' from the neglect (or caricature) that has marked his place in twentieth-century American history.
Based in a wide array of archival sources, the book shows that McIntire contributed to a much4/5(1). Using religion, neuroscience, farming, and even love, this book offers many inspiring examples and—for once—an optimistic outlook on how we can not just fight but prevent terrorism.
Download Compassionate Counterterrorism: The Power of Inclusion In Fighting Fundamentalism. The Battle for God: Fundamentalism in Judaism, Christianity and Islam is a book by author Karen Armstrong published in by Knopf/HarperCollins which the New York Times described as "one of the most penetrating, readable, and prescient accounts to date of the rise of the fundamentalist movements in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam".
The Battle for God traces the history of the rise of Author: Karen Armstrong. This book is less about The Family--a seemingly innocuous organizer of the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington that actually has deep political influence within the Republican party and even among some Democrats--as much as it is an analysis of Christian fundamentalism as an integral part of America's past, present and future/5().
As I researched my book, Your Fatwa Does Not Apply Here: Untold Stories from the Fight Against Muslim Fundamentalism, and spoke with people in countries from Afghanistan to Mali, I discovered that just as the personal is political, the political is always personal.
This has been the case in my own life as well, and it’s why I made the decision to begin my TED Talk, When people of Muslim Author: Karima Bennoune. The term was prefigured by The Fundamentals, a collection of twelve books on five subjects published in and funded by the brothers Milton and Lyman Stewart, but coined by Curtis Lee Lawes, editor of The Watchman-Examiner, who proposed in the wake of the pre-convention meeting of the Northern Baptist Convention (now the American Baptist Churches USA) that those fighting for the fundamentals.
The stories of Muslims fighting against fundamentalism should be more known in Western societies. The book could give also ideas to human right activists in those countries where fundamentalism is growning/5.
In Fundamentalism and American Culture, Marsden explores the influences of the fundamentalist movement. The author believes that Ernest Sandeen overstates his case, that fundamentalism is an outgrowth of the millenarian movement.
With a much wider root system, fundamentalism was a militant evangelical movement that was fighting battles on two /5. Fighting Fundamentalist | For most of his sixty-year career, the Reverend Carl McIntire was at the center of controversy.
The best-known and most influential of the fundamentalist radio broadcasters and anticommunists of the Cold War era, his many enemies depicted him as a dangerous far rightist, a racist, or a "McCarthyite" opportunist engaged in red-baiting for personal profit.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fighting fundamentalism. New York: Garland Pub., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.Right-wing Evangelical Fundamentalism claims to "go back to roots of Christianity." In fact, the "literal" (i.e., the earth was created in seven literal days) reading of the Bible was invented in the 19th fundamentalists care about the early church, the Gospels, the Catholic traditions, Augustine, Arian heresies, encyclicals and councils.About Compassionate Counterterrorism.
Islamist terrorism is not about religion, says Leena Al Olaimy, an Arab Muslim, Dalai Lama Fellow, and social entrepreneur.
She identifies the economic, social, and political factors that are its true driving forces and offers innovative strategies to address them that have proven far more effective than military interventions alone.