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    Evangelicalism vs. Fundamentalism

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    Imagine a debate/discussion between a person who says they are a fundamentalist and someone else who prefers to be known as an evangelical. Give reasons why they might disagree about and then write an imaginary discussion between them. Here is the issue that they might disagree about.
    If a student is offered a scholarship to a top-ranked secular university should they accept the scholarship or instead attend a religiously focused university that might not have the same educational reputation?
    The discussion should serve to bring out the differences between evangelicals and fundamentalists. (Focus on the separatism of Fundamentalists)

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    Dear Student,
    Hi and thank you for using Brainmass. The solution below should get you started. It is based on my own take of the issue. Remember however that this is opinion based. Human beings decide on an ethical and theological position based on their experience, socialization and culture and we do not all necessarily agree in everything. The important point here is to give an opinion. You can use some of the resources I have listed to explore the topic further. If you have any questions, just let me know via the feedback section and I'll try and clarify things for you. Good luck with your studies.

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    Evangelicalism vs. Fundamentalism

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    The solution brings to light issues in the Evangelicalism vs. Fundamentalism debate as befit the situation of a student that needs to choose between a scholarship to a top-ranked secular university and a religiously focused university but without the educational reputation. resources are listed.