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Evangelical Terrorism: Censorship, Falwell, Robertson & the Seamy Side of Christian Fundamentalism Paperback – September, 1986
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In the end I learned a great deal about Reagon politics and the women bashing, religous fundementalist, movements of the all to powerful televangelists of the 80's.
In fact, most Fundamentalist writers (the vast majority of whom are self-published) have dwelt obsessively on the "apostasy" of Evangelical Christians in recent years. Even Jerry Falwell himself, when he thought he could take control of the Fundamentalist bus, wrote a book ("The resurgence of Conservative Christianity") that called Evangelicalism a movement led by "academics" that was "in neutral" while Fundamentalism was "in overdrive." Of course, the years have proven Falwell wrong, as Fundamentalism has declined and fragmented into a degenerate cultic fringe.
Confusing Evangelicals and Fundamentalists is like confusing Roman Catholics and Russian Orthodox. Ide should write about something he knows about.