Talk:Revelations (2005 TV series)

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There definately needs to be more info! Rangeley 01:15, 24 Apr 2005 (UTC)

I ENTIRLEY agree! That's why I came to this page! I know that they studied Bugenhagen on the show, and even went to his grave in Prague. I don't know much about him, except that he was a religious expert that knew how to kill the Antichrist, and that he attempted to do just that in The Omen. I know that he died 10 years ago, so there's no point trying to find any real information on him, but I had already looked up Bugenhagen, and I came up with Johanne Bugenhagen, the first member of the 15th-century line, and I thought that this show's talk about what he did would help me find a page about the 20th-century exorcist. To no avail. --Annonymous 018:56, 13 May 2005 (MST)


Does the series actually call the Romanist organization "fundamentalist?" Do any members of the RCC call themselves "fundamentalist"? On the understanding that "justification by faith (apart from works) is a fundamental of the faith, the term "fundamentalist" is basically inappropriate for the papal organization. "Fundamentalist" supposedly referred to one who believed the basic doctrines of Christianity, as opposed to modernists who denied anything and everything. The term has been changed to a slur word by the media, using it to mean extremist, even moslem bombers. Actually this sort of use of the term "fundamentalist" acts as a slur on Christians who believe the basic doctrines of the faith and is a quasi-N-word. Should the term be changed in the article to "conservative" or "traditionalist" or what? BTW, the sole reference for this article I found to be unverifiable. When I clicked on it, it went nowhere. The main webpage goes to a Chinese (or similar script) page. is a living website, but it does not appear to mention the word "fundamentalist." Since I could find no evidence that a reliable secondary source ever used the term "fundamentalist" in it context used in the Wikipedia article, I have changed it to "traditionalist" as a suggestion. (EnochBethany (talk) 16:31, 20 February 2014 (UTC))Reply[reply]