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The Monkey Trial and the Rise of Fundamentalism: Did You Know? - The Frenzied Twenties
The tumultuous culture in which American churches waged their religious war
The Monkey Trial and the Rise of Fundamentalism: From the Editor - A Movement to Make One Mad
The Monkey Trial
The first trial of the century revealed a great divide separating American Christians.
Who could pray at the trial?
Darrow Takes the Stand
Bryan cross-examines his adversary.
The Press Weighs In
Condensed editorials from the summer of 1925 show a nation at odds.
What liberals believed—and why fundamentalists made such a fuss.
Right Jabs and Left Hooks
All fundamentalists fought with modernists—but not for the same reasons or in the same way.
The Monkey Trial and the Rise of Fundamentalism: Christian History Timeline
The Monkey Trial & the Rise of Fundamentalism: A Gallery of Militants, Moderates, & Millionaires
It's pretty hard to stereotype early fundamentalist leaders.
The people, conferences, and organizations that made up the fundamentalist family.
Modernism's most popular preacher on the hopes of liberals.
A Return to Bondage
Fundamentalism's most gifted theologian critiques liberalism.
An Army of Conservative Women
Women played a surprisingly prominent role in early fundamentalism.
Enraptured with Order
How fundamentalists strove mightily to make sense of history.
The Monkey Trial and the Rise of Fundamentalism: Christian History Interview - Spurring on Secularism
The leading historian of fundamentalism assesses the damages inflicted by the fundamentalist-modernist controversy.
The Monkey Trial and the Rise of Fundamentalism: Christian History Interview - Here We Stand
A fundamentalist historian answers the critics of fundamentalism.
The Monkey Trial and the Rise of Fundamentalism: Recommended Resources
The Rise of Fundamentalism
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