There are all different flavors of fundamentalists, and while many hold to "conservative dress" as a doctrine, it's definitely not universal. The same goes for the idea of not associating with "non-believers" (bucket group, everyone that does not adhere to the set of beliefs the particular brand of fundamentalism says are required for salvation), some preach that, while others will explicitly preach evangelical immersion (go meet "non-believers" and make them want to convert by being the best friend ever!).
Always nice to hear that social mores around what "racial" couplings are allowed are loosening.
As my wife is German and my in-laws are visiting, we had a good laugh about it.
Formerly East Germans have a less than stellar reputation.
My wife also wished that the research had included a question of religious affiliation, as Germa
So, be aware of your audience?
Or, beware your audience. Though on the topic, while it's not the most concise construction, signposting something you find interesting so that the reader pays extra attention (or even just a different kind of attention) to it is certainly common. I don't know if that makes it acceptable, but I tend to think it does.
A thought that made me laugh, how does one say "Patience is a virtue" in the original Klingon?
But those evils don't expose any fresh hell in the human heart.
"but an image of God that is a model of the actual God"
Are you pointing to problems in general, or some theologies in particular?
As a sola scriptura type, I'd like to point to some specific English language scripture as a possible solution, but the same problem heads its ugly rear there, too. Guess we'll have to be humble and rely on faith, no?
Does the machine that goes 'ping' follow you around and stand by to neutralize you in traffic when that machine, inevitably, gets hacked?