The Psychology of Religious Fundamentalism

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Index
Abortion, self-worth and, 44
Absolute truth
holiness as, 94–100
intratextual model and, 22–26, 23f
Protestant fundamentalism and, 100–106
serpent-handling sects and, 121
Spirit baptism as, 106–113
Acts 28, 128, 130–132. See also Bible; Serpent-handling sects
Afterlife, 39–40
“Age of grace,” 58
“Age of law,” 58
American Council of Churches
Graham, Billy and, 77–78
history of, 75–76
Amish fundamentalism
efficacy and, 43
history of, 137–142
maintaining beliefs of, 143– 146
meaning systems and, 187–190
overview, 6, 8, 133, 134–137, 146–153, 153–154, 220n– 221n
purpose in life and, 40
self-worth and, 45
sense of coherence and, 37
unifying philosophy of life and, 35–36
values and, 41–42
Ammann, Jakob, 139–140. See also Amish fundamentalism

Anabaptist tradition. See also Amish fundamentalism

farming and, 149
history of, 137–142
Anxiety, 18–19
Arabian Nights, 161–162
Authoritarianism
intratextual model and, 25
overview, 4
stereotypes regarding fundamentalism and, 199–201

B
Baptism. See also Spirit baptism
Anabaptist tradition and, 137–138
shunning and, 147
unifying philosophy of life and, 35
Behavioral regulation
Ordnung and, 135–137, 144
sacred texts as the sole source of meaning and, 31–32
Belief system
intratextual model and, 25
stereotypes regarding fundamentalism and, 198–199
Beliefs, peripheral
intertextual model and, 26–28, 27f
overview, 23f, 24–26
Bible. See also Sacred texts
Amish fundamentalism and, 134– 135
Church of God and, 86–87, 113– 114
common-sense realism and, 55

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