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The #PashtunLongMarch is a very positive initiation against fundamentalism that morally binds on each and everyone of us to support them.
Here are some steps we can take to tackle religious fundamentalism and uphold Christian faith in the present scenario.
The Devil Is in the Details: At the Nexus of Development, Women's Rights and Religious Fundamentalism.
People's freedom of religious belief and expression are inseparable from the larger fight against fundamentalism.
A number of researchers have focused on religious fundamentalism as a personality trait or as a series of rigid beliefs (Costa, Zonderman, McCrae, & Williams, 1985; Johnson, Butcher, Null, & Johnson, 1984; Saroglou, 2002).
The Qods Force, which was formed a quarter of a century ago by the Tehran regime's Revolutionary Guard (IRGC), is Iran's instrument for exporting fundamentalism.
Because fundamentalism isn't going to be resisted through this provision on religious symbols.
He amply explains the primary streams of fundamentalism, apocalyptic theology, liberalism, the social gospel and reactions against it, and most of the wandering tributaries of theological and religious experimentation on the American scene.
Fundamentalism is a movement, which emerged in all major religions at the beginning of the 20th century.
For example, Christian fundamentalism plays a crucial role in shaping US domestic policies in relation to abortion, gay marriage and theories of evolution as well as US imperial and military policy.
In chapter one religious fundamentalism is discussed within the broader historical context of the "cycle of spirituality" in the Middle East and among Indian Muslims in the contemporary period.
28, in order to ensure the removal of the RP from power on the charge that it promoted religious fundamentalism, the General Staff began briefing members of the judiciary, university rectors and journalists on "reactionaryism" at its headquarters in early 1997.