Monthly Archives: May 2015

The Adkisson Manifesto

Christian fundamentalist and conservative evangelical rhetoric often come across to the American people as hatred rather than the traditional Christian love espoused by Jesus in the New Testament.  For this very reason, the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Alabama … Continue reading

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True Origins of the Religious Rot

Linguistics is a fun topic.  In the area where I live, some people, including members of my own family, have a speech characteristic wherein they are unable to properly pronounce the phonetic long “I” sound.  It comes out as an … Continue reading

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An Excellent Tool for NonFundie Parents to Use

Several years ago, the public school system I matriculated through as a child was alleged to be permitting a wide array of Christian religious activities during the school day in violation of the establishment clause (separation of religion and government) … Continue reading

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A Case Study: How Christian Fundamentalism and Conservative Evangelicalism Operate

The Flee from Christian Fundamentalism blog would like to ask you to watch a long video.  We know some of you who regularly check this blog do so from your office at work and cannot watch a long video.  However, … Continue reading

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A Few of Our Current Views on Gay Rights

With the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage coming up soon, you Christian fundamentalists and conservative evangelicals are no doubt dying to know what position our all-heterosexual blog has on homosexuality.  The short answer is that we do not … Continue reading

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Christian Fundamentalism as a Spiritual Cancer

I wanted to share with you a wonderful theological article on Christian fundamentalism that I ran across just a couple of days ago.  The author kindly gave me permission to edit it slightly for American readers without changing the original … Continue reading

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History Repeated Itself in October 2008

Philosopher George Santayana famously said: “Those who cannot remember the past are doomed to repeat it.”  We failed to remember the past during the high-rolling years leading up to The Great Recession of 2008, which is in many ways still … Continue reading

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