Fundamentalism is a dominant phenomenon in modern culture, which has been experienced worldwide, becoming the object of manifold investigation. It is the attitude that aims to abolish all different points of view and violently establish the only point of view: that of the elect, whether of the individual elect or the group of elects. Within Orthodox fundamentalism, reference is often made to patristic consensus, which constitutes an essential prerequisite for church unity operatives. The author believes that sincere dialogue requires respect for difference and the reception of otherness. Convergences and divergences, rules, and exceptions make for a fascinating mosaic, which, once more, evinces the existentialist character of theology and its ineluctable struggle to endow life and existence with meaning. as E-Kindle!
Number of pages: 112