Fundamentalism

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'''Fundamentalism''', in a religious context, is when a religious group believes that its scripture is the truth and the whole truth, an exact representation of the world, its origins, and its eventual ends.
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'''Fundamentalism''', in a [[religious]] context, is when a religious group believes that its [[scripture]] is the absolute [[truth]], an exact representation of the world, its origins, and/or its eventual fate.
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Fundamentalism, in a religious context, is when a religious group believes that its scripture is the absolute truth, an exact representation of the world, its origins, and/or its eventual fate.

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