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Test Your Knowledge: Religious Fundamentalism Quiz

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1. Which term is often used to describe the strict adherence to a set of basic principles of a religion?

2. In which of the following dimensions do religious fundamentalists tend to exhibit change resistance?

3. Which movement, founded in the early 20th century in the United States, sought to defend traditional Christian beliefs against modernist theories?

4. Which concept is NOT commonly associated with religious fundamentalism?

5. What is a common feature of religious fundamentalist movements across different religions?

6. What typically drives individuals towards religious fundamentalism?

7. Which of the following is a potential consequence of religious fundamentalism?

8. How do religious fundamentalists typically view modernity and its influences?

9. In the context of religious fundamentalism, what does the term 'inerrancy' refer to?

10. What is a characteristic attitude of religious fundamentalists towards cultural and religious diversity?