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Table of contents Contents Introduction Chapter 1. Fundamentalist Religion as an Intratextual Search for Meaning Chapter 2. Fundamentalism as a Meaning System Chapter 3. The History of Protestant Fundamentalism Chapter 4. Fundamentalism in a Pentecostal Denomination: The Church of God (of Prophecy) Chapter 5. Fundamentalism among Religious Serpent-Handling Sects Chapter 6. Fundamentalism among the Amish Chapter 7. Fundamentalist Islam Chapter 8. Intratextuality, Stereotyping, and Quasi-Fundamentalisms Epilogue Notes References Index
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Religious fundamentalism -- Psychology.