Fundamentalism

FundamentalismThe World Congress of Fundamentalists, which met in Edinburgh, 1976, defined fundamentalism with the following definition:


    "A Fundamentalist is a born-again believer in the Lord Jesus Christ who...





    1- Maintains an immovable allegiance to the inerrant, infallible, and verbally-inspired Bible;

    2- Believes that whatever the Bible says is so;

    3- Judges all things by the Bible, and is judged only by the Bible;

    4- Affirms the foundational truths of the historic Christian Faith:

                - The doctrine of the Trinity,
                - The incarnation, virgin birth, substitutionary atonement, bodily resurrection,
                   ascension into heaven, and second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ,
                - The new birth through regeneration by the Holy Spirit,
                - The resurrection of the saints to eternal life,
                - The resurrection of the ungodly to final judgment and eternal death,
                - The fellowship of the saints, who are the body of Christ;

    5- Practices fidelity to that Faith and endeavours to preach it to every creature;

    6 - Exposes and seperates from all ecclesiastical denial of that Faith, compromise with error,
         and apostasy from the Truth; and,

    7- Earnestly contends for the Faith once delivered."
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