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When Deconstruction Meets Fundamentalism

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Gid'on Mordecai Friedman

on 30 July 2015

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Transcript of When Deconstruction Meets Fundamentalism

When Deconstruction Meets Fundamentalism
Narrative Work in the Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Community
fundamentalism, type of militantly conservative religious movement characterized by the advocacy of strict conformity to sacred texts. Once used exclusively to refer to American Protestants who insisted on the inerrancy of the Bible, the term fundamentalism was applied more broadly beginning in the late 20th century to a wide variety of religious movements. Indeed, in the broad sense of the term, many of the major religions of the world may be said to have fundamentalist movements.
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you're one of those...
What if a religious value or statement could be the start of a rich conversation?
Is this idea relevant to this situation?
How might you describe your personal relationship to this value?
What would you like your relationship with this value to be?
Can you help me understand what (religious idea or practice) means to you?
Can you tell me something about the history of this practice? (in general or in your life)
Is there some particular way that you express this practice or value?
Would you like there to be?
Preferred Story
The opinions expressed in this exercise are not those of the presenter, Third Europe+ Conference of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, Psiterra Association, University “Alexandru Ioan Cuza”, or any of our friends, neighbors, significant others, acquaintances, or anyone we might care to know.
Please don't say that I said this!
What follow are several (hopefully) offensive statements.
Please rate your response to each statement on a scale of 0 - 10
10 = I am so offended it is hard for me to not slap you.
0 = I am glad someone is saying this out-loud. Can I buy you a beer?
Religious people are unsophisticated and uneducated.
Poor people are unsophisticated and uneducated.
Fundamentalist Christians are narrow-minded, and judgmental.
Muslims are narrow-minded, and judgmental.
People who believe in God are ignoring scientific facts.
People who believe that women are equal are ignoring scientific facts.
As you look at these pictures, what thoughts or emotions are invited?
If you know someone who is religious
If you are religious
Think of something about their experience, belief, or practice that you are curious about.
Think of something about your experience, belief, or practice that you wish others would be curious about.
Write down 3 or 4 questions you would like to ask about this.
Write down 3 or 4 questions you would like someone to ask you about this.
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