Tag Archives: Christian Fundamentalism

Nonfundie Christians: Why Do You Remain So Silent?

I have an important question today for all of my readers who are not Christian fundamentalists or conservative evangelicals. For the last 100 years and even today, why do you personally (and your nonfundie church) roll over, play dead, and … Continue reading

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American Family Association Creates Anti-Christian Bigotry Map

The American Family Association (AFA) is a Christian fundamentalist parachurch organization associated with the so-called Religious Right in the United States. This organization is famous for its vicious, foaming-at-the-mouth bigotry against American citizens who are LGBTQ. Their bigotry is so … Continue reading

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Purging LGBTQ People from Church

A close family member of mine here in Tennessee, a young and well-educated man, is gay.  He was raised day-in and day-out in the nurture and admonition of the Lord from the day he drew his first breath until he … Continue reading

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Pope Francis Condemns All Religious Fundamentalisms

The Roman Catholic Church has apparently “had it up to here” (as the old cliche goes) with religious fundamentalism inside its own church and outside of it. During a recent trip to the former Soviet state of Azerbaijan, Pope Francis … Continue reading

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A Formal Response to the Recent Fundie “Declaration of Dependence on God and His Holy Bible”

The Flee from Christian Fundamentalism blog has a strong and very serious message for the individual fundies and fundie entities who recently drew up the so-called Declaration of Dependence on God and His Holy Bible.  You may read about them … Continue reading

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Christian Fundamentalist/Conservative Evangelical Hijinx in the United States

Hardly anything surprises us here at the Flee from Christian Fundamentalism blog, but a few things do.  Many years ago in my youth, I regularly walked up to the old theater in my  small southern town and watched the Saturday … Continue reading

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A Christian Call to Action Against Christian Fundamentalism and Conservative Evangelicalism

IMPORTANT NOTE:  The Flee from Christian Fundamentalism blog does not advocate or support physical violence in any form against Christian fundamentalist and conservative evangelical individuals, groups, churches, or power centers. Just as the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the … Continue reading

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