Is there an underlying sympathy between new atheism and protestant fundamentalism?

One would think new atheists and protestant fundamentalists are worlds apart on the question of whether God acts in the world and how. But according to research undertaken by Liam Jerrold Fraser from the University of Edinburgh, published now in Open Theology – the extreme poles of this debate are now seen not to be truly opposed to one another but rather in full agreement over the terms of the debate and the particular concepts of the Bible, God, and evolution, that ground them and are indeed central to all theological reflection. —> Read More