One must be very brave to offer a concise definition of fundamentalism in today’s climate. The only thing he can be sure of is that it won’t be universally accepted by fundamentalists. Here is a good attempt. It merits some thought.
Fundamentalism can be understood as a category of people and ideas that are aimed at living, maintaining, propagating, and protecting a sustainable and genuine Biblical Christianity as exemplified in the revelation of the Holy One of Israel and as described and prescribed exclusively in the absolutely authoritative revelation of God’s Word in Scripture.
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