Fundamentalism and the New Religious Right: 1900 to the Present
— HIST 382 (3)
Examines the American Christians who upheld the fundamentals of conservative theology in the face of challenges from modernity, science, liberal Protestantism, and secularism. In examining the development of the fundamentalist movement from its early years to the emergence of a politicized Christian Right, the themes of change and continuity will receive attention. Prerequisites: 6 credit hours in HIST. Exclusion: HIST 284.
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