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Klaus Kienzler
Lehrstuhl für Fundamentaltheologie, Katholisch-Theologische Fakultät, Universität Augsburg
"Gefahren und Tendenzen des Fundamentalismus begleiten das Wesen von Religion", S. 21.
"Pluralismus ist eine der großen Gefahren von Religion. Pluralismus meint eine Vielgestalt von Sinnantworten und Lebensgestalten in einem Bereich oder Staat nebeneinander und zugleich", S. 22.
"Dort wo Religion und Macht bzw. Staat nicht getrennt sind, ist für die religiös verankerte Macht bzw. der Staat oft in der Versuchung, die Forderungen der Religion und seine Religionsgesetze für alle Untergebenen durchzusetzen", S. 23
"Ehe und Familie, vor allem die Sexualmoral, ist in Rom offensichtlich vermimtes Gebiet, das fundamentalistisch bewacht wird", S. 71.
Alle Zitate aus:
Der religiöse Fundamentalismus: Christentum, Judentum, Islam, Kienzler Rezension
C. S. Lewis
(Clive Staples Lewis), 29. November 1898 in Belfast, Nordirland – 22. November 1963 in Oxford, England;
irischer Schriftsteller, Literaturwissenschaftler, christlicher Apologet
"Obviously, I used to say, a sane man accepts or rejects any statement, not because he wants to or does not want to, but because evidence seems to him good or bad. If he were mistaken about the goodness or badness of the evidence that would not mean he was a bad man, but only that he was not very clever. And if he thought the evidence bad but tried to force himself to believe in spite of it, that would be merely stupid." 11. Kapitel "Faith" in: Mere Christianity
"I am not asking anyone to accept Christianity if his best reasoning tells him that the weight of the evidence is against it."
11. Kapitel "Faith" in: Mere Christianity
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Richard P. McBrien
Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame
“Religious fundamentalism flourishes, for example, within Shi'ite and Wahabist Islam, within ultra-orthodox and orthodox Judaism (the Haredim and Hasidim), within so-called Bible-belt Protestantism, and increasingly, in recent decades, within Roman Catholic traditionalist circles as well.”
McBrien"Fundamentalism: The real problem, in any religion", September 24, 2004
“... the Catholic church cannot be considered completely blameless for the often-violent anti-Semitic behavior that many church members inflicted on European Jews in the Middle Ages and at the time of the Holocaust. Indeed, popes themselves were sometimes directly involved.”
McBrien"Extremist violence has roots in monotheism: naive to ignore aspects of Islam that breed militant fundamentalism", National Catholic Reporter, Nov 2, 2001
 

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