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An investor who selects securities to buy and sell on the basis of fundamental analysis. Compare technician.
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For the fundamentalist, many of their beliefs and behaviours that arise from them will, at least in theory, be derivative of their fundamental doctrine.
Ribal Al-Assad, the founder and director of the Organisation for Democracy and Freedom in Syria, and the exiled cousin of President Bashar-Al-Assad, said the West, after hijacking the democracy movement in Syria, could end up with a much worse solution than the present brutal regime, if they continue backing up fundamentalist forces in their hurried approach.
Members of the tourism sector are wondering whether the fundamentalists would undermine an economic activity, which brings Egypt more than $13 billion (11.
Another sometimes helpful approach is to ask fundamentalists to consider what their beliefs were when they were converted and what they are now; change in belief has almost always occurred and can be used to help fundamentalists see the complexity of belief itself.
As modernists centralized in an effort to save the world, fundamentalists sought to save individuals and charged that centralization restricted freedom to live out the gospel according to scripture.
Rather than sit idly by while his followers flocked to another leader, Bogard insisted on attacking the fundamentalist leader for being too soft on the true Baptist fundamentals, insisting that "there are some fundamentals on church organization and polity as well as the ones insisted on by these so-called fundamentalists.
It also has over 140 satellite churches nationwide that preach the same fundamentalist doctrine.
Based on the best--though speculative--estimates, perhaps five to ten percent of the American population would qualify as classic fundamentalists according to our definition, virtually all of them Protestant Christians.
In recent years, the Southern Baptist Convention, which is controlled by fundamentalists, has considered resolutions calling on church members to withdraw their children from public schools.
The remainder of the "proof" that Carter uses to show that fundamentalists and the removal of the separation of church and state are to blame for the present political animus consists of a quote he took from one of his own speeches--"Thomas Jefferson, in the original days of our country, said he was fearful that the church might influence the state to take away human liberty.
At the same time we have been unwavering in our support of the Saudi Wahhabi fundamentalists.
It's really no surprise that Aryan Nation racists, Millennium Christian fundamentalists, anti-Semitic crackpots, and fringe-left radicals along with thousands of seemingly normal, otherwise well-adjusted Americans would indulge in paranoid - or if you want to be charitable, imaginative - flights of fancy about disasters.