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History of Fundamentalism

Course ID: 

HI 410

Credit Hours: 
3.0
Department: 
History

This course is a study of the history of American Fundamentalism from the 19th century with its development and influence over American Christianity. It will discuss the leaders, schools, and missionary work. The different meanings of Fundamentalism, its cultural connotation, the strengths and failures of the movement, New Evangelicalism, Neo-orthodoxy, and Liberalism will be studied. Students may learn from this history and discern any theological movement in the coming years based upon the Bible. (This course can function as a substitute for Contemporary Theology or Baptist History.)

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