The psychology of religious fundamentalism

Fundamentalist religion as an intratextual search for meaning -- Fundamentalism as a meaning system -- The history of Protestant fundamentalism -- Fundamentalism in a Pentecostal denomination : the Church of God (of prophecy) -- Fundamentalism among religious serpent-handling sects -- Fundamentalism...

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Authors: Hood, Ralph W. 1942-; Hill, Peter C. 1953-; Williamson, W. Paul
Contributors: Williamson, William Paul (Other)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: New York [u.a.] Guilford Press 2005
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Religious psychology / Fundamentalism / Evangelical movement
B Fanaticism / Religiosity
Further subjects:B Religious Fundamentalism Psychology
B Islam
B Psychology
B Fundamentalism
B Religion
B Islamischer Fundamentalismus
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Summary:Fundamentalist religion as an intratextual search for meaning -- Fundamentalism as a meaning system -- The history of Protestant fundamentalism -- Fundamentalism in a Pentecostal denomination : the Church of God (of prophecy) -- Fundamentalism among religious serpent-handling sects -- Fundamentalism among the Amish -- Fundamentalist Islam -- Intratextuality, stereotyping, and quasi-fundamentalisms
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN:1593851502