Category Archives: Fundamentalist Christianity

Setting The Record Straight

Author’s Note: This is the fourth and last post in a short series on Fundamentalism. In 1925, John Thomas Scope, a biology teacher, was brought to trial in Dayton, Tennessee, for teaching evolution in his classroom. The trial was to … Continue reading

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Good Soldiers Of Faith

Author’s Note: This is the third post in a short series on Fundamentalism. The war on the Bible and the “faith of our fathers”[1] came on the shoulders of worldly forces that included “humanism, critical theology, and new studies in … Continue reading

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What Is Fundamentalism?

Author’s Note: This is the second post in a short series on Fundamentallism.   Another war erupted after the First World War—a war to reaffirm orthodox Christianity and to defend it against liberal theology, German higher criticism, Darwinism, and other … Continue reading

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Fundamentalist Christianity

This is the first post in a short series about Fundamentalist Christianity. When it comes to defending the orthodox faith of Christianity, the rise of fundamentalism really is the rise of Scriptural truth. Students of Christian history cannot help but … Continue reading

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