After the Scopes trial, liberals assumed that fundamentalism was dead. Much to their surprise, it emerged stronger than ever. Today, with evangelicalism in the ascendancy and the tendency of fundamentalist leaders to marginalize themselves, there are some who are ready to pronounce fundamentalism dead (or at least, dying) -- ironically, of self-inflicted wounds. So, what do you think? Is fundamentalism dead, dying, treading water, or thriving? Post your rationale for voting as you do.