Fundamentalist Sentence Examples
We do not need secret police, uniformed storm troopers or identity cards to deal with foreign fundamentalist fanatics.
I don't know what ' fundamentalist atheism ' would be... but again it smells of atheism as alternative religion.
Being prevalent in fundamentalist circles does not help to form sound doctrine, it actually undermines it.
Its assumptions are fundamentalist principles of which he is himself a faithful adherent.
Still, having the Pope as an ally against fundamentalist creationism is gratifying.
We still have fundamentalist iconoclasm; for example, the Taliban.
The threat we face today is that of religious fundamentalist lunatics who want to either control the whole world or destroy it.
Exceptionally privileged, for a poor country like Pakistan, far from the fundamentalist schools which spawned the grim religiosity of the Taliban.
Religions are no different - even so-called fundamentalist ones.
And as such, I can't help feeling that they are gradually heading toward an outrageous fundamentalist theocracy.Advertisement
I moved from being a long term member of a fundamentalist Christian sect to a much broader minded member of the Church of England.
And as such, I ca n't help feeling that they are gradually heading toward an outrageous fundamentalist theocracy.
In religion he was a Fundamentalist, attending the village Wesleyan Chapel with unfailing regularity.
Anyone ordering BJU materials should be aware that they are from a strong fundamentalist evangelical Christian perspective.
In the meanwhile, Jason is being seduced by a belief in the Fellowship of the Sun, a radical, fundamentalist movement that hates vampires.Advertisement
In Iran, the fundamentalist cleric Ayatollah Khomeini set out to restore a regime that had last existed almost 1,300 years ago.
Of course, there's no pleasing everyone, as a school in Iowa found out when fundamentalist parents took their kids from school over gender-bender day.
A Christian Fundamentalist sect takes control of the US and institutes a new social order, in which women who are still fertile are parceled out to the men as 'handmaids', to bear children to be raised by the infertile wives of the rulers.