Religious Fundamentalism

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Religious Fundamentalism

    Religious fundamentalism is when a group of followers of the religion return to the basics or the fundamentals of religion. it usually involves a literal interpretation of the religious texts and a strict moral code (such as the ten commandments) of behaviour.                                             

Religious fundamentalism can be seen as a conservative force and a force for social change. It's both because it looks backward rejects many of the changes of the western world and tries to return to a former time.

Christian Fundamentalism in the USA!!

The election of Ronald Regan saw that christian fundamentalism had some

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Julia

Very useful examples :)

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