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“What is Fundamentalism?”
by A Sadlier   
March 1st, 2008

Fundamentalism is the militant belief and the proclamation of the basic doctrines of Christianity leading to scriptural separation from those who reject them.

Three ways in which Fundamentalists differ from New Evangelicals.

1 - Militant Belief - The teachings of God’s Word are vitally important and we must hold them with conviction.

2 - Proclamation - The doctrines are not only to be believed but to be preached to the church and to the lost.

3 - Separation - To fail to separate from apostasy is to deny the authority and the importance of God’s Word.

                             Truth is not  optional.

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