Catholic Fundamentalism redefines God for our times as The Loving Programmer. As we understand The Loving Programmer’s power, we realize that the Fundamentalists are right—Scripture should be taken as literally as possible.
A reader recently said: “You cannot put all Protestants into one group.” That is …
Fundamentalism is a relatively new brand of Protestantism started in America that has attracted a tremendous following, including many fallen away Catholics. How did this popular movement originate? The history of Fundamentalism may be viewed as having three main phases.
I know about Protestant fundamentalism. I was raised and educated among Protestant fundamentalists. Among them were many good and sincere Christian people, but also among them, and driving their religion–was a certain type of religious person whose attitudes mirror exactly the Catholic fundamentalists on the rise today.
Fundamentalism is associated with a rigid literalism that wrenches a text from the context of a passage in Sacred Scripture, the whole of …
an impossible prayer for Protestants – Catholic Fundamentalism Catholics consider an impossible prayer for Protestants. Catholics realize: Many of us and our ancestors have kept our own, unborn babies from being born.
What is in this book that has led so many Protestants to convert to Catholicism? What truths are revealed that has caused so many lapsed Catholics to return home? Find out for yourself when you read Catholicism and Fundamentalism by Karl Keating.
And what of “Catholic fundamentalism”? Interesting enough, Ruthven doubts that such a thing really exists, in large part because Catholicism is not a religion of the book (think here of the Catechism ‘s statement that “the Christian faith is not a ‘religion of the book’” [par 108]), but looks to the Magisterium and Sacred Tradition, along with Sacred …
Newman was not a Catholic when he started the book, but his research convinced him of the truth of the Catholic faith, and as the book was finished he converted. Fundamentalist leaders make no effort to trace their version of Christianity century by century.
Jan 31, 2011 · Fundamentalism is not confined to Islamic religions. In fact fundamentalist movements are to be found in all societies and religions, including Catholic Christianity. Fundamentalism is a form of organised anger in reaction to the unsettling consequences of rapid social and religious change