The term "Biblicist" gets thrown around a lot as a moderate position between Calvinism and Arminianism. For those who call themselves Biblicists, I have some questions: 1. What exactly does the term mean? I think most people who believe the Bible would say that they believe what they do because the Bible teaches it. What is distinct about a "Biblicist"? 2. Do you also call yourself a "Baptist" or a "Fundamentalist" or some other extra-biblical label? Why do you not just call yourself an "across-the-board Biblicist"? 3. How does the label "Biblicist" distinguish you from Calvinists or Arminians? Have you met people from those groups who would consider themselves NOT to be "Biblicists." I'll appreciate your perspective. I'm not trying to attack what you believe in this thread. I do want to hear the case for why that label is valid.