fundamentalist


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Synonyms for fundamentalist

a supporter of fundamentalism

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of or relating to or tending toward fundamentalism

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New Delhi [India], June 21( ANI ): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday backed Haryana Minister Anil Vij's 'Hindu cannot be a terrorist' statement, saying that it would be a contradiction to call Hindus terrorists as the Hindu religion is not fundamentalist.
An important aspect of the research on the Bangladeshi fundamentalist economy is that this is not a new phenomenon but almost four decades old, which is nearly as old as the state itself.
For the fundamentalist, many of their beliefs and behaviours that arise from them will, at least in theory, be derivative of their fundamental doctrine.
It is too early to worry that fundamentalist MPs would act undemocratically, threaten the freedom of expression, undermine job-creating projects or fling the doors wide open so that foreign powers can intervene.
Adapted by Bill Wheeler, Mohsin Hamid, and Ami Boghani and produced by Lydia Dean Pilcher, The Reluctant Fundamentalist, is the second major international production to receive financing from the Doha Film Institute (DFI).
As a theologian and psychotherapist, Calvin Mercer offers valuable insight into Christian fundamentalist religious thinking, highlighting the underlying psychological dimensions of the phenomenon.
is also a clinical psychologist, and draws on both fields to offer advice to colleagues on how to understand and deal with the particular ways of thinking that fundamentalist Christians exhibit.
Suggesting a moral equivalence between evangelical Anglicans and fundamentalist Muslims was unfortunate, and I'm sure hurtful to Anglican evangelicals.
6) Norris formed the Premillennial Fundamental Missionary Fellowship, an organization of fundamentalist churches, in 1931 to compete with the SBC, and he moved away from extended discussions of local-church independence.
The most fundamentalist church I went to--a fundamentalist hipster church--was in one of the most liberal areas in Seattle.
I recognize that scholars disagree over usage of the term, (4) but I find this definition immensely helpful in clarifying the heart of the fundamentalist worldview and agenda: Fundamentalism is "a discernible pattern of religious militance by which self-styled 'true believers' attempt to arrest the erosion of religious identity, fortify the borders of the religious community, and create viable alternatives to secular institutions and behaviors.
Just in time for the holidays comes another installment of Showtime's ``Sleeper Cell,'' this one subtitled ``American Terror,'' another nerve-rattling miniseries about fundamentalist Muslims plotting another strike against America and determined to trouble your sleep.
12, Americans United charges that the Northwest Marriage Institute runs a thoroughly religious program saturated with a fundamentalist view of Christianity.