Christian fundamentalists and gays
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Understanding the "Reason" Why Fundamentalists Must Exclude Gays (and Other "Sinners")
Fundamentalist Christianity - RationalWiki
This article originally appeared on AlterNet. If a former believer says that Christianity made her depressed, obsessive, or post-traumatic, she is likely to be dismissed as an exaggerator. A symptom like one of these clearly has a religious component, yet many people instinctively blame the victim. They will say that the wounded former believer was prone to anxiety or depression or obsession in the first place—that his Christianity somehow got corrupted by his predisposition to psychological problems. But the reality is far more complex. It is true that symptoms like depression or panic attacks most often strike those of us who are vulnerable, perhaps because of genetics or perhaps because situational stressors have worn us down. But certain aspects of Christian beliefs and Christian living also can create those stressors, even setting up multigenerational patterns of abuse, trauma, and self-abuse.
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Commentary: How fundamentalist and evangelical Christians differ
It is thought more than a thousand children are being taught at dozens of schools, although little is known about them. Called Accelerated Christian Education schools ACE , the schools originate from an education system developed in southern Baptist states in the US which has developed off-shoots around the world including in Britain. Between 20 and 60 pupils aged between four and 18 attend each one. The Independent can reveal a number of serious concerns have been raised about the schools, including allegations that children are given no formal educational qualifications beyond "Christian certificates", thereby failing to equip them for opportunities and employment beyond the Church. By extension, it is believed that children must teach themselves in order to get closer to God.
Fundamentalist Christianity represents a reaction within the evangelical community in the late 19th and early 20th centuries against the Christianity -internal pressures of theological modernity often equated with theological liberalism  and against emerging external pressures of the " theory of evolution ", of rapidly advancing science and industry, and of the growth of cultural secularism. Fundamentalists believed that trends of higher criticism  and modernism had started to dilute the "true" Christian message. They fought for a return to what they understood to be the "fundamentals" of the Christian faith, with an emphasis on a literal interpretation of the Bible , personal holiness, and rejection of secular culture and science. The name "fundamentalist" derives from a publication of the Bible Institute of Los Angeles, The Fundamentals , which contained essays denouncing Biblical criticism , secularism , anarchism , communism , socialism , liberalism , Catholicism , and evolution.