Perhaps some of you students of history can help me here. I'm noticing more and more that Christians feel like if we aren't finding the fault with someone's theology we aren't doing our job. I'm noticing this particularly among those in their mid 20's to mid 30's (but that is because that's the group I'm around.) Also, since I'm in seminary, I'm sure that skews my observations, but I noticed this also before I came to seminary. I'm wondering if the resistance to liberalism, both within the SBC the last 30 years and as a whole for the last 100 years has contributed to this. I guess my question is, do you think generations that have battled against liberalism and trying to root it out at every possible turn have taught (implicitly or explicitly) the next generation to be cynical and suspicious? Or is this something that has been true throughout all of Christendom?