Define "evangelical" (or lose your mind)
. There’s that “fundamentalist” clause in the Associated Press Stylebook, for starters. We are not around the world. There's that "fundamentalist" clause in the Associated Press Stylebook, for
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simplistic labels. Obviously, one of the most abused labels in religion news is “fundamentalist simplistic labels. Obviously, one of the most abused labels in religion news is "fundamentalist ." We like to quote the Associated Press Stylebook at this point, the part where it proclaims .” We like to quote the Associated Press Stylebook at this point, the part where it proclaims
Another win for vague "fundamentalism"
, let us again meditate on these fading words in The Associated Press Stylebook: fundamentalist: The
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stylebook say? "fundamentalist: The word gained usage in an early 20th century fundamentalist
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Associated Press Stylebook: “fundamentalist: The word gained usage in an early 20th century fundamentalist
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Stylebook: "fundamentalist: The word gained usage in an early 20th century fundamentalist-modernist
Fundamental misunderstandings of 'fundamentalism'
the term has its own cautious entry in the Associated PRess Stylebook: “fundamentalist: The word
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Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda and Uganda, did repudiate it.] and several fundamentalist [See AP Stylebook
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Associated Press Stylebook: "fundamentalist: The word gained usage in an early 20th century fundamentalist
Is Oikos school Catholic? Fundamentalist? Neither?
again): fundamentalist: The word gained usage in an early 20th century fundamentalist-modernist that's not what the definition of fundamentalist is. As the Associated Press Stylebook puts it (once
Fundamentalism with a human face
The Associated Press Stylebook ("In general, do not use fundamentalist unless a group applies the
Whispering the F word
. "fundamentalist: The word gained usage in an early 20th century fundamentalist-modernist controversy within fundamentalist. Yes, let's review the Associated Press stylebook just for old time's sake
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from the pages of the news bible known as The Associated Press Stylebook: “fundamentalist: The word
Fundamentalist whack-a-mole
asking for reporters to follow the sensible AP stylebook guidelines -- "fundamentalist" is a word
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clear violation of the Associated Press Stylebook guidelines. And "fundamentalist" shows up again in
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there is one of the keys. If one knows what the word "fundamentalist" means -- the Associate Press Stylebook is pretty clear on that, even if journalists keep ignoring its wise advice -- then the key
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reader worth his salt could recite the Associated Press stylebook definition of "fundamentalist
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Falsani goes on to adopt the post-Associated Press Stylebook stance on the meaning of "fundamentalist
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Stylebook, the bible of mainstream journalism: fundamentalist: The word gained usage in an early 20th
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: “fundamentalist: The word gained usage in an early 20th century fundamentalist-modernist controversy , as noted many times here at GetReligion, the Associated Press Stylebook makes this observation
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