Mark Dever said the following in his Capitol Hill talk, “Church History from the Civil War to the Present“:

“Those who united around the fundamentalists soon became known as the “fundamentalists.” The term then had a rather precise meaning of those who affirmed the foundation, the “fundaments,” the foundation of the doctrines of orthdoxy. It soon, however, became to be used more broadly and more disparagingly as it is today, to refer to a kind of militancy that’s intolerant and anti-intellectual.”

Question for group-participation: Is this true of today’s fundamentalists?

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