This is a series of posts in which I spoke out about extreme fundamentalism, what we should be calling Pseudo-fundamentalism. True fundamentalism would represent the basic doctrines of the protestant Christian faith. Since these beliefs and practices deviate from that, it can hardly be called true fundamentalism.
Along with fundamentalism, I addressed some groups who hold common views or allow those views unchecked within their meetings.
My husband and I consider ourselves fundamental because we believe in separation from churches who teach heretical doctrine. Separation is a major position of the fundamental churches which distinguishes it from most evangelical churches. You will notice that I said I had concerns about fundamentalism, not that I hated it or that I was opposed to everything they stand for. I am in favor of fundamentalism when it reflects the true fundamentals of the Christian faith.