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Tatiana Vagramenko

/Western/secular) world and its ideology of resistance to “corrupted” modernism, dominated the local religious landscape and became a fast-growing church there. To answer what made possible the rise of Christian fundamentalism in the Nenets tundra, this article shifts the

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Joseph Webster

In Gamrie, an Aberdeenshire fishing village home to 700 people and six millennialist Protestant churches, global warming is more than just a 'hoax': it is a demonic conspiracy that threatens to bring about the ruin of the entire human race. Such a certainty was rendered intelligible to local Christians by viewing it through the lens of dispensationalist theology brought to the village by the Plymouth Brethren. In a play on Weberian notions of disenchantment, I argue that whereas Gamrie's Christians rejected global warming as a false eschatology, and environmentalism as a false salvationist religion, supporters of the climate change agenda viewed global warming as an apocalyptic reality and environmentalism as providing salvific redemption. Both rhetorics - each engaged in a search for 'signs of the end times' - are thus millenarian.

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Sam Jackson, Áron Bakos, Birgitte Refslund Sørensen, and Matti Weisdorf

Christian. His discussion of Dominionism, in particular, seems to suggest that this political strand of Christian fundamentalism is a primary motivator for the far right. Aho and others have convincingly made the case that, for adherents of Christian