"Fundamentalism" is the operative term that has drawn so much interest across both academic and popular discussions--with "fundamentalism" becoming a short-hand for intensifying religious nationalisms
and their associated politics of heritage, and past "fundamentals" which are in need of recovery and restoration.
A CRITIQUE OF THAT kind of apocalyptic religious nationalism
lies at the heart of Gorski's book, a vastly different project that is, in many ways, a welcome counterpoint to FitzGerald's chronicle.
When these two compelling motivators coalesce in a religious nationalism
, it has a doubly compounded potential, for better or for worse.
Some recruits are merely bored and seeking adventure, while others are motivated by a religious nationalism
, rooted less in faith and more in the urge to protect their kin in Syria and Iraq from "foreign aggression."
The authors apply the same diagnosis to "Christian Zionism." Nearly all Americans, many of the authors are associated with the indispensable Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center--Naim Ateek provides the forward--and all are rightly moved by the plight of occupied Palestinians and disturbed by Jewish religious nationalism
. The political goals are nuanced and sober; the theological analysis--locating the defects of Zionism in Jewish religion--less so.
Baker posits that "we need to expand our vision of the Klan as a brand or style of religious nationalism
that appears not just in groups that label themselves 'Klan' but also in other political actions and movements.
Nagpur, July 27 ( ANI ): Press Council of India Chairman Justice Markandey Katju has said all talks about religious nationalism
are anti-national in nature and that the country cannot function in an atmosphere of such divisive talks.
In presenting this reference handbook synthesizing the contemporary research on the phenomenon of religious nationalism
, the authors (both of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the U.
and religious nationalism
, and Western military intervention smash together in stark contrast to where most people in the developed world would like to find themselves.
Yoo claims that American Protestantism served as the source of Korean-Americans' intense religious nationalism
even as the underpinnings of Korean missions in Korea, Hawaii, and Southern California went hand-in-hand with American colonialism at home and abroad.
This is especially true when one examines the history of black religious nationalism
. The Hon.