10 edition of Religious fundamentalism and American education found in the catalog.
|Statement||Eugene R. Provenzo, Jr.|
|Series||SUNY series in philosophy of education, SUNY series, frontiers in education|
|LC Classifications||LC111 .P83 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 134 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
|ISBN 10||0791402177, 0791402185|
|LC Control Number||89004456|
Christian fundamentalism began in the late 19th and early 20th centuries among British and American Protestants as a reaction to theological liberalism and cultural entalists argued that 19th-century modernist theologians had misinterpreted or rejected certain doctrines, especially biblical inerrancy, which they considered the fundamentals of the Christian faith. At a time when global warming requires that we do our most creative thinking, public education and free thought are under attack by both austerity programs and religious fundamentalism.
One particularly notable feature of religion in the Unites Sates has been the appearance of fundamentalist religious groups. Fundamentalism refers to “black‐and‐white” thinking that opposes modernism, or progressive thinking about religion and other social entalist groups tend to oppose anything that challenges their religious group's interpretations and opinions. between education and Fundamentalism. Christian Fundamentalism In the United States Fundamentalism is the name given to a religious movement which originated within American Protestantism in the early part of this century.' It was a transdenominational protest "designed to preserve the theological essentials.
Fundamentalism, type of conservative religious movement characterized by the advocacy of strict conformity to sacred texts. Once used exclusively to refer to American Protestants who insisted on the inerrancy of the Bible, the term fundamentalism was applied more broadly beginning in the late 20th century to a wide variety of religious movements.. Indeed, in the broad sense of the term, many. The Great Revivial: Understanding Religious Fundamentalism By DAVID AIKMAN. From the July/August issue of Foreign Affairs. David Aikman is a former foreign correspondent for Time. His most recent book, Great Souls: Six Who Changed the Century, is the subject of a forthcoming six-part PBS TV series.
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Religious Fundamentalism and American Education: The Battle for the Public Schools (SUNY series, Frontiers in Education) Hardcover – April 5, by Eugene F. Provenzo Jr. (Author)Cited by: Religious Fundamentalism and American Education: The Battle for the Public Schools (SUNY series, Frontiers in Education) Paperback – April 5, by Eugene F.
Provenzo Jr. (Author)4/5(1). Fundamentalist U is a superb book and a significant contribution to the histories of U.S. religion and politics as well as higher education." -- Andrew Jewett, Journal of American History "Finally, we have a comprehensive history of some of the most significant and significantly understudied 'dissenting' types of higher educational institutions: fundamentalist and evangelical colleges and by: 3.
My Fundamentalist Education is a brilliant, affectionate, child's-eye journey to Rosen's home, school and small by: 2. Fundamentalists fought to maintain cultural control of education. As this book reveals for the first time, the successes and the failures of these fundamentalist campaigns transformed both the fundamentalist movement and the nature of education in by: 1.
Fundamentalism and American Culture has long been considered a classic in religious history, and to this day remains unsurpassed. Now available in a new edition, this highly regarded analysis takes us through the full history of the origin and direction of one of America's most influential religious movements.
In my new book, Fundamentalist U: Keeping the Faith in American Higher Education, I’m exploring the complex history of evangelical and fundamentalist higher education. In many ways, these schools have functioned as institutional hubs in the kaleidoscopic world of.
Books shelved as religious-fundamentalism: Islamophobia: Thought Crime of the Totalitarian Future by David Horowitz, Letter to a Christian Nation by Sam. Fundamentalism - Christian, Islam, or any other religious ideology - is the antithesis of progression.
Fundamentalism’s dangerous anti-science stance threatens the world’s environment, reduces the efficacy of American education, and leaves citizens unprepared for life in a global economy. Fundamentalism is shrouded in ignorance, backed by. The Fundamentals: A Testimony To The Truth (generally referred to simply as The Fundamentals) is a set of ninety essays published between and by the Testimony Publishing Company of was initially published quarterly in twelve volumes, then republished in by the Bible Institute of Los Angeles as a four-volume set.
Baker Books reprinted all four volumes under two. Ultra-Fundamentalism and American Education 2. Censorship and the Ultra-Fundamentalists 3. Textbooks and the Curriculum 4. Creationism and the Schools 5. The Family and Education 6. School Prayer and State Regulation of Christian Schools 7. Implications of the Ultra-Fundamentalist Critique of American Education Notes Bibliography Index.
Summary. God's Choice: The Total World of a Fundamentalist Christian School is a book written by Alan Peshkin. It is a profile of an Illinois Christian fundamentalist school —its policies, practices, and participants.
Peshkin, then Professor of Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, intended his account to be both impartial and "empathetic".Author: Alan Peshkin. This book takes a new look at one of the most contentious periods in American history.
The battles over schools that surrounded the famous Scopes "monkey" trial in were about much more than evolution. Fundamentalists fought to maintain cultural control of education.
As this book reveals for. Adam Laats, professor of education and history at Binghamton University and author of Fundamentalist U: Keeping the Faith in American Higher Education, knows the difference between an Author: Barry Hankins. Christian fundamentalism, movement in American Protestantism that arose in the late 19th century in reaction to theological modernism, which aimed to revise traditional Christian beliefs to accommodate new developments in the natural and social sciences, especially the theory of biological evolution.
In keeping with traditional Christian doctrines concerning biblical interpretation, the mission of Jesus Christ, and the role of the church in society, fundamentalists. Fundamentalist U Keeping the Faith in American Higher Education Adam Laats.
A provocative and definitive new study of a network of institutions that has always played a decisive role in American politics, religion, and culture. In the United States, Christian fundamentalist movements, most prominently the evangelical divisions, have been prominent in the so-called culture wars that touch on issues of education and state cooperation with religious groups as well as foreign policy.
Christian fundamentalism began in the late 19th and early 20th centuries among British and American Protestants as a reaction to theological liberalism and cultural modernism. Fundamentalists argued that 19th-century modernist theologians had misinterpreted or rejected certain doctrines, especially biblical inerrancy, which they considered the fundamentals of the Christian faith.
Fundamentalism is on the rise again, so it's critical to look back at its formative years () to see the reasons for its continuing impact. pages, softcover. Oxford University. Fundamentalism and American Culture, Second Edition () by George M. Marsden/5(2). Ultra-fundamentalism and American education --Censorship and the ultra-fundamentalists --Textbooks and the curriculum --Textbooks and the curriculum --Creationism and the schools --The family and education --School prayer and state regulation of Christian schools --Implications of the ultra-fundamentalist critique of American education.
BOOK REVIEW: Fundamentalisms Observed, ed. by Martin E. Martyand R. Scott Appleby (University of Chicago Press, pp., $ In addition to enhancing our understanding of fundamentalism in the U.S., Fundamentalisms Observed, edited by Martin E.
Marty and R. Scott Appleby (University of Chicago Press, pp., $), demonstrates the extent to which fundamentalism is a worldwide. Fundamentalism is coming for us – and women, as ever, will be first because it censors books, won’t teach girls sex education and won’t mention homosexuality.
This is the way all.The book quickly rose to prominence in the historical profession, provoking new studies of American fundamentalism and contributing to a renewal of interest in American religious history.
The book’s timing was fortunate, for it was published as a resurgent fundamentalism was becoming active in .