Tag Archives: Christian Fundamentalism

We Fundies Are Special and You’re Not—-Nya-Nya-Nya-Nya-Nya-Nya!!!!

by Charles S. Garabedian Some unknown person did a Google search tonight and landed on the Flee from Christian Fundamentalism blog. The search term they entered to do their search was as follows: “Is the fundamentalist the only true Christian?” … Continue reading

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Christian Fundamentalism and Poverty

by Charles S. Garabedian We are all heading toward the U.S. Congressional mid-term elections on November 6, 2018. Christian fundamentalists and conservative evangelicals will be out in force emphasizing to you that God himself is a card-carrying member of the … Continue reading

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Southern Fundie Religion: A Hill to Die On

A Hill to Die on in the American South We have so much journalistic literature and so little time to read it these days. A lot of it is average to bad literature because someone has a job and their … Continue reading

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If You Think Christian Reconstructionism Is Scary….

In earlier main blog posts, I taught you about the Christian Reconstructionism, Dominionism, and Theonomy heresies that threaten the Christian faith in the United States and our American democracy. Ideas common to these heresies have invaded modern Christian fundamentalism and … Continue reading

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Suppository Preaching

by Charles S. Garabedian Ministers of the gospel engage in various types of preaching from the pulpit. These types include expository preaching, textual preaching, and topical preaching. Many Christian fundamentalist and conservative evangelical pastors favor expository preaching, which focuses on … Continue reading

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Bible Literacy Classes (Wink, Wink, Wink)

Public schools in a number of the 50 states that comprise the United States of America are allowed to teach Bible literacy classes. Such classes are required to be of a secular nature. The course work must be structured to … Continue reading

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A Tennessee Pastor Demonstrates the Love of “Typical Fundie Jesus”

Pastor Greg Locke is the head Pastor at the Global Vision Bible Church in Mount Juliet, Tennessee, a major suburb of Nashville.  You may not have seen the video clip before, but it has gone viral on Facebook and You … Continue reading

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