A guide to Christianity, for sports fans
Via Uncertain Principles via Jim Henley, at last a guide to terms and types of Christianity for those whose idea of an education is reading the Sports Page. In particular, I find the description of fundamentalism enlightening:
The belief that basic elements of play - like passing, ball handling, and defense - are the essential building blocks of a winning basketball team is generally referred to as "fundamentalism." The fundamentalists formulated their doctrine in the 1980s against the showy, heretical play of Magic Johnson's Los Angeles Lakers. Leading fundamentalist institutions include Bob Jones University and Syracuse. Larry Brown's failure to get the Knicks into the playoffs has been seen as a major setback for the cause of fundamentalism.