A Critique of Christian Fundamentalism


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The articles and essays in this collection deal with the fundamentalist idea of absolute truth, the Christian Fundamentalist system and the people that subscribe to it. The foundation of Christian Fundamentalism is looked at – the idea that the Bible is a closed revelatory book which is without major error or contradiction. A whole series of questions relating to spiritual and moral authority in the church are explored The founding figure in Christianity, Jesus Christ is looked at in order to explore what Jesus really seemed to teach and how orthodox ideas were developed and established around him as the central figure of the faith. Since the thought of the Apostle Paul makes up most of the New Testament, we explore where he obtained his ideas. There are also brief articles on the nature...

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