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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 2550
Professor
Tom Sherwood
Semester
Spring

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Lecture No 11Tuesday thJune 10 2014Religious fundamentalism is characterized by a return to essential foundational principles usually including a resistance to modernization and an emphasis on certainty through a literal interpretation of scriptureAbstraction is the pulling away from the clan in societyurbanizationBurgher says that tradition is no longer binding The Fundamentals1Inerrant inspiration of Bible2Virgin Birth3Substitutionary atonement4Bodily resurrection5Second ComingWitchcraft is the ability of a person to cause harm by means of personal power that resides within the body of the witch Witches will the death
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