I am a fundamentalist

“FUNDAMENTALISM” is not a bad word. When you deal with politics and hot topics people use the word like it’s some “alien” christian. Where did it originally come from?

Fundamentalism arose form a statement of conservative Christians issued at the Niagra Bible Conference in 1895
These leaders were concerned about the trends in the major denominations of North America that they felt were departures from biblical Christianity
The five fundamentals of the faith that gave fundamentalism its name are these

The inerrancy of Scripture
The deity and the virgin birth of Jesus Christ
The substitutionary atonement; Christ died for your sins
The bodily resurrection of Jesus
The personal return of Jesus

If a fundamentalist is someone who believes in these 5 things…..I am a fundamentalist

Tim Dilena

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