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by Peter A Huff

What Are They Saying about Fundamentalisms? download ebook
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0809143577
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978-0809143573
Author:
Peter A Huff
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Paulist Press (January 1, 2008)
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Peter Huff, an advocate for interfaith dialogue with fundamentalists, covers the full range of the cross-cultural fundamentalist phenomenon'from the American Protestant prototype to ?muscular? protest movements transfiguring every religion around the globe

Peter Huff, an advocate for interfaith dialogue with fundamentalists, covers the full range of the cross-cultural fundamentalist phenomenon'from the American Protestant prototype to ?muscular? protest movements transfiguring every religion around the globe. Highlight:? The book explores fundamentalist trends within all major world religions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, and Buddhism.

They say they are not Christians, but simply believers. The Family and other related fundamentalist religious and ideological organizations are more real and terrifying than any 'Illuminati' that conspiracy theorists could dream of. Behind the scenes at every National Prayer Breakfast since 1953 has been the Family, an elite network dedicated to a religion of power for the powerful. Their goal is "Jesus plus nothing. Their method is backroom diplomacy. The Family is the startling story of how their faith-part free-market fundamentalism, part imperial ambition-has come to be interwoven with the affairs of nations around the world.

My forthcoming book InterVarsity book The Journey of Modern Theology: from Reconstruction to Deconstruction will be somewhere in the vicinity of 700 pages in length and .

My forthcoming book InterVarsity book The Journey of Modern Theology: from Reconstruction to Deconstruction will be somewhere in the vicinity of 700 pages in length and constitute one of the most exhaustive one volume critical surveys of modern theology in print. I’ve spent thirty-five years studying modern theology including liberal theology and fundamentalism. What are my sources about fundamentalism? Over the years that I have been teaching courses in modern and contemporary theology and church history at three Christian universities I have invited several self-identified Christian fundamentalists to my classes to speak about the subject.

Sometimes violent, always militant, fundamentalists have profoundly transformed the religious landscape of modern society

Sometimes violent, always militant, fundamentalists have profoundly transformed the religious landscape of modern society.

This is the age of fundamentalism. An axis of sacred rebellion cuts through modern experience, challenging all. ISBN10 : 9780809143573, ISBN13 : 0809143577.

A brief, comprehensive, and balanced introduction to major trends in the academic study of global fundamentalism, aimed at both college and seminary students as well as the general reader.