catapult magazine

catapult magazine

Vol 8, Num 1 :: 2009.01.02 — 2009.01.16


Why I am not a fundamentalist

  1. Fundamentalism is oppressive.
  2. Fundamentalism hides or ignores part of the truth.
  3. Fundamentalist Christians are the group today that most resembles the Pharisees of Jesus’ day.
  4. Fundamentalism is anti-intellectual.
  5. Fundamentalism ignores the social aspects of the gospel.
  6. Fundamentalism is in conflict with Christ’s prayer for unity among the brethren.
  7. Fundamentalism replaces guidance by the Holy Spirit with control by human institutions.
  8. Fundamentalism re-defines Christian liberty.
  9. Fundamentalism sears the consciences of those under its influence (1 Tim. 4:1-5).
  10. Fundamentalism does not distinguish itself with the defining mark of discipleship-love (John 13:35).

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