Just picked up on the Tall Skinny NewZealander:
Isn’t it odd that the term fundamentalist (at it’s most basic interpretation) implies someone who adheres to the fundamental (and therefore ‘core’) truths of their faith. So doesn’t this imply that they don’t get carried away with peripheral (less obvious) aspects of their faith?
Isn’t this liberalism? Where you are more open to different, previously unexplored truths surrounding the core beliefs?
When did the term fundamentalism become something that encompassed more than core belief?Oliver & Company on dvd