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Chicago sociologists Kniss and Numrich (also with Theological Consortium of Greater Columbus, Ohio) introduce 11 chapters that study the role of pluralistic congregations as they relate to new immigrants' civic engagement patterns.
Paul Numrich, Associate Professor of World Religions and Inter-Religious Dialogue, of the Theological Consortium of Greater Columbus (Ohio), takes us through a journey of how the term evolved and is evolving, starting with conservative American Protestants of the 1900's, and continuing to be applied across groups and religious movements, thereby necessitating the need for his plural use of "fundamentalisms" in the essay's title.