Real-life Christianity in the Fantasyland of Greenville, SC.
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
One of the big things that you will find here on this blog is the critique and analysis of modern Fundamentalism. I attended a "Fundamentalist" school, grew up in a "Fundamentalist" church, and basically that is all I ever heard about. As I have gotten older, and especially after I finished my graduate degree in history ed, I have had a much greater fascination with Fundamentalist history. Later this week, I will post a "state of the Fundamentalist" post, and in it describe the fracturing of the Fundamentalist movement that I see. Probably within the next week (or two - as time permits), I will then post my opinion of the "future of the Fundamentalist" and what it means for evangelical Christianity. Stay tuned....