If you have that quote from RS on the need for literal fundamentalism I'd
like to see it. From everything I know about his pedagogy (and I implemented
a lot of his peagogy into my curriculm) he believed in opening them up
to a general reverence for life, keeping the magic alive, and developing an
individual who will find his or her own path of faith.
Maybe we have a symantic difference in our understanding of the term.
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