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Fundamentalism

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Fundamentalism the belief in the authenticity of religion and it's scriptures as they were given
Totalism the religious orientation that views religious relevancy to all cultural and social aspects of society, everything form politics, market places, politics, schools, law.
scripturalism the belief in a justification over acts or beliefs to be related to sacred texts.
selective modernization accepting only what they want from technology in the modern world
traditioning making anything in modern society relevant to mystic pass of religion
attributes of fundamentalism Numinous experience, scripture as proof-text, yearning for certainty, knowledge of nation-states, scandalous character, their selectiveness
3 streams of tradition following Jewish and Christian Scriptures Torah oriented tradition, Prophetic Tradition, a militant tradition
the belief in the scripture transforming you. Numinous Experience
applying the scripture to every day life Scripture as Proof-text
the world is changing, and religion gives us some certainty in this world yearning for certainty
fundamentalist know that some of their exterem actions will upset the rest of the non-religious community, so they do certain things to aggravate them. (i.e making women wear veils) scandalous characters
selective of the scriptures they proof-text, selective of the text they now will get to other groups, selective of the text that justifies their actions selectiveness
Torah-oriented traditions focuses on the book of law (the torah)
Prophetic Tradition focuses on emphasizing the character of God
Militant- nation tradition Militant streams associated with the book of Joshua.
How to they search for purity? Flight, Separation, and Militant Struggle
Flight Group move form where they are example Essenes leave Jerusalem and head to a cave overlooking the Dead sea. Druze fled from Egypt to mount Lebanon
Separation Radical separation from society,
Militant Struggle
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