Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Conservative and fundamentalist—there are significant differences

"Conservative" and "fundamentalist" are not synonyms for certain Christians who are not main stream or liberals. Conservatives prefer to go slow, reflect on the wisdom of the past, enjoy hymns, perhaps liturgy and resist cultural changes that infringe on the faith. Fundamentalists are heavy users of technology and media, they increasingly cooperate with the culture in dress and rock music, services that are events and shows, and preachers might appear in bright spangles or torn jeans. ()Christian History, Issue 102. They may work together, however, on social justice issues like abortion or education or saving the constitution.

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