Fundamentalism - Pack Of 50 Tracts
Fundamentalism is a relatively new brand of Protestantism started in America that has attracted a tremendous following, including many fallen away Catholics.
How did this popular movement originate? The history of Fundamentalism may be viewed as having three main phases:
- The first lasted a generation, from the 1890s to the Scopes "Monkey Trial" of 1925. In this period, Fundamentalism emerged as a reaction to liberalizing trends in American Protestantism; it broke off, but never completely, from Evangelicalism, of which it may be considered one wing.
- In its second phase, it passed from public view, but never actually disappeared or even lost ground.
- Finally, Fundamentalism came to the nation’s attention again around 1970, and it has enjoyed considerable growth ever since.
This tract provides a closer examination of the origins, fundamental beliefs and distinguishing marks of Fundamentalism.
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|Topic||Non-Catholic Churchesd and Movements|
|Format||Pack of 50 Tracts|