I was debating ( with myself!) about where to place this subject . I don't consider myself a Fundamentalist so I couldn't place it in the Fundamental Baptist Forum . Perhaps I could have put it in the Pastoral Ministries category . At any rate it has lodged itself here . This is directed toward the Fundamentalists/Conservative Evangelicals of a non-Calvinistic stripe . Those of you that are pastors would be the most knowledgeable about this , but some non-Pastors would be able to give some good imput as well . What do you think are some basic areas of weakness in the pulpit generally ? Obviously those of you that minister the Word may believe that your preaching is balanced . But try to critique the movement generally , while noting some blessed examples of biblically grounded ministries . Do you think it is generally weak exegetically ? Are most of the sermons geared too much to an evangelistic thrust ? Are the believers in your midst getting a good supply of the meat of the Word ? In other words , are believers getting edified ? Do you think that the whole range of Scripture is being steadily gone over , or do you concentrate on a fraction of the biblical canon ? These and other questions can be addressed . I am not a pastor , so I do not speak with any authority . And I am not wishing to go into the C vs. A thingy . I realize that some Fundamentalists are Calvinists . I just want to get your imput .