Christian Fundamentalism (incomplete)
Christian Fundamentalism has the potential to stop the further advancement of human rights and science with its inability to move forward with the times. Fundamental Christianity has for hundreds of years denied the rights of minority groups by persecution and prejudice and this continues to happen in these current times. Science throughout the ages has been and will continue to be constrained to what Christian fundamentalist believe to be morally and ethically right until such time as they wield insufficient power to change or govern the way science is conducted. For human rights and scie…
- Christian Fundamentalism (incomplete)
- Christian Teens
- The Christian Influence. Puritan influence on Native Americans in history with William Apess as prime example. No Work Cited page is included; has in-text citations and is written in MLA format.
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