Many IFB'ers are accused of being legalistic, and the criticism is not entirely without merit, however I've noticed there is also a type of legalism that is used by the same ones who despise the IFB's. With a proper understanding of scripture, it becomes apparent that the Bible covers many aspects of our lives, without being necessarily specific about every little thing. It would take a library to contain the Bible if it did. Many Christians (???) become furious when anybody might preach on certain things or dare to question their "liberty" and they say things like: "The Bible doesn't say I can't listen to rock music, or smoke marijuana, or wear shoes to church, or wear speedos, get my tongue pierced or... etc. It should be obvious that if one is seeking to serve, follow and to please God and has the Holy Spirit dwelling in them that one ought to know better. This is certainly taking advantage of God's grace, but couldn't this also be a form of legalism in the opposite extreme?