Fundamentalism

Do you consider the church you attend fundamentalist, as you define the term?

Yes, I attend a fundamentalist church.
39% (12 votes)
Yes, I attend an extremely fundamental church.
0% (0 votes)
I am undecided as to whether the term "fundamental" describes my church.
10% (3 votes)
No, I attend a conservative evangelical church or conservative reformed church.
48% (15 votes)
No, I attend an evangelical church.
3% (1 vote)
No, I attend a church that might not be considered evangelical.
0% (0 votes)
I don't attend church.
0% (0 votes)
Other
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 31
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Some Conservative Evangelicals Seem Closer to Fundamentalism Than You Might Think...

3. Gay marriage supporters have become the new fundamentalists. They require not merely tolerance of gay marriage, but total approval and endorsement.

This kind of rhetoric reminds me of some of the comparisons I heard from fundamentalists when they made uncharitable comments about evangelicals. Irony.

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“A Conservative Christian Declaration”

Religious Affections Ministries released something called "A Conservative Christian Declaration" yesterday, and I was curious to get feedback on it.  I read portions of it last night, and (as seems to be usual with RAM) agree with portions of it and scratch my head at other sections. 

Has anyone else read it (link) and have comments?

Here's some of the introductory comments:

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Hamilton Square Baptist Church: A Historic Northern Regular Baptist Church

Hamilton Square Baptist Church

A Historic Northern Regular Baptist Church

By Robert K. Fall

Church Historian

 

The subtitle of this article is based on what I answer when I’m asked kind of church I attend.  This is a mouthful and throws my questioner off his\her train of thought.  The usual answers include, “An Independent Fundamental Baptist Church”, “A Southern Baptist Church,” “A Conservative Baptist Church,” ect.

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