"All of the represented colleges and seminaries are from the historic Christian fundamentalist tradition, but their beliefs on other matters can be surprisingly eclectic."

Kevin Mungons reports from the Bible Faculty Leadership Summit in Ankeny

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jimfrank's picture

This article indicates that some key Fundamentalists are healthy and mature. It is a clear sign that many conservative Christian leaders are "comfortable in their own skin." One thing that has always confused me about Fundamentalists is they are similar is so many things, yet castigate each other and then separate from one another over seemingly minor issues. Much of it is pure jealousy: "Saul led hundreds to the Lord and David led thousands."

ChrisS's picture

Already Compromised, by Ham, Hall, and Hilliard is a great resource when discussing today's Christian/Bible colleges.