Studies in Religious Fundamentalism
Macmillan, 1987 - Fondamentalisme - 216 pages
This book, which brings together nine studies of fundamentalism in disparate religions and regional contexts, examines the specific circumstances nurturing such beliefs and practices, and explores the possibilities for cross-cultural insights into this widespread phenomenon in the contemporary world.
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