Religious festivals -- See Fasts and feasts Here are entered works on religious fasts and feasts in general and on Christian fasts and feasts. The heading may also be divided by religious body or non-Christian religion, e.g. Fasts and feasts--Catholic Church, [Judaism, etc.] For fasts and feasts of a religious body occurring in a particular place, add a second heading Fasts and feasts--[local subdivision].
Religious freedom -- See Freedom of religion Here are entered works on the right or privilege of acting according to one's own view of religion without undue restraints or within reasonably formulated and legally specified limits. Works on the concept of freedom as viewed by religions are entered under Liberty--Religious aspects.
Religious fundamentalism (Protestantism) -- See Fundamentalism Here are entered works on the modern Protestant movement originating in early 20th century America opposed to religious liberalism, modernism, and evolutionism and stressing the "Fundamentals" of Biblical inerrancy, literal interpretation, the divinity of Christ, his Virgin Birth, the substitutionary Atonement, and his physical Resurrection and Second Coming. Works on Protestant churches of the fundamentalist type and on fundamentalist congregations for which a particular denomination cannot be identified are entered under Fundamentalist churches. Works on religious groups opposed to modernity and secularism and seeking a revival of orthodox or conservative religious beliefs and practices by fostering growth of religious fervor in the populace and by curtailing or eradicating the influence of felt alien values are entered under Religious fundamentalism.
--subdivisions Church history, Church history--16th century, Church history--17th century, Church history--18th century, Church history--19th century, Church history--20th century, Church history--21st century; Religion, Religion--16th century, Religion--17th century, Religion--18th century, Religion--19th century, Religion--20th century, and Religion--21st century under names of countries, cities, etc.
Religious humanism -- See Humanism, Religious Here are entered works dealing with a movement, originating in American Unitarianism, which stressed the idea that man can satisfy all his religious needs from within himself and discarded in its advanced thought all theistic concepts.