Religious Fundamentalism among Christian and Islam Students of University

  • Yudistira Fauzy Indrawan Research Scholar, DOS in Psychology, University of Mysore, Karnataka, India
  • Sampath Kumar Associate Professor and Chairman, DOS in Psychology, University of Mysore, Mysore, Karnataka, India
Keywords: Religious fundamentalism, Christian, Islam, socio-cultural background


This study is aimed to revisit the previous one, which measures the level of religious fundamentalism (RF) among Christian and Islam. The socio-cultural background, such as national integration in Western Europe or the economic gap between Muslim in Europe and the U.S. is likely to give a different output of research. The difference of RF among Christian and Islam with the Indonesian background where religiosity of both religions is high, and they are not attached to the particular racial group become a novelty. A significant difference between Christian and Islam is revealed in this study. Islam students are higher at their RF level than Christian ones.

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