Translation of fundamentalism in Spanish:

fundamentalism

integrismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˌfəndəˈmɛn(t)lˌɪzəm//fʌndəˈmɛnt(ə)lɪz(ə)m/

noun

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    integrismo masculine
    fundamentalismo masculine
    • Religious revivalism sometimes took the form of extreme literalism, often termed fundamentalism.
    • The main selling point for fundamentalism's Bible prophecies is to get insight into what is coming soon.
    • For that matter, which networks air programs on the virtues of Christian fundamentalism?
    • The values of capitalist America, and a good dose of Christian fundamentalism, pervade every aspect of school and town.
    • It is also ironic some sections of Protestant fundamentalism criticise the Catholic Church for having a pope.
    • Twentieth-century fundamentalism has acted as a drag on secularizing tendencies.
    • This bill is important, because so many times we hear speeches in this House based on moral outrage and fundamentalism.
    • Neither does it have any problem with Christian fundamentalism.
    • Then, for some reason, the subject changed to fundamentalism and the US Bible belt.
    • It seems the approach Webster took to telling the messages of the Bible was one of basic fundamentalism.
    • I think there is no school of Christian fundamentalism that remotely approximates to this level of dominance, or even aspires to it.
    • Christian fundamentalism is not an aspect of Ashcroft's politics, it is the entire basis.