what is difference between fundamentalist and fundamentalistic
From fundamental + -ist, after a book series called “The Fundamentals: A Testimony to the Truth“ (1910).
fundamentalist (plural fundamentalists)
- One who reduces religion to strict interpretation of core or original texts.
- Synonym: (Islam) takfiri
- (finance) A trader who trades on the financial fundamentals of the companies involved, as opposed to a chartist or technician.
- Antonyms: chartist, technician
- (Christianity) Originally referred to an adherent of an American Christian movement that began as a response to the rejection of the accuracy of the Bible, the alleged deity of Christ, Christ’s atonement for humanity, the virgin birth, and miracles.
- (derogatory) A fundamentalist Christian.
- Synonym: fundie
The Associated Press’ AP Stylebook recommends that the term fundamentalist not be used for any group that does not apply the term to itself.
- Fundamentalism on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- The Fundamentals on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- IPA(key): /fʉndamɛntalist/ (example of pronunciation)
fundamentalist m (definite singular fundamentalisten, indefinite plural fundamentalistar, definite plural fundamentalistane)
- fundamentalist (one who reduces religion to strict interpretation of core or original texts)
- “fundamentalist” in The Nynorsk Dictionary.
fundamental + -istic or fundamentalist + -ic
fundamentalistic (comparative more fundamentalistic, superlative most fundamentalistic)