Recently some on the internet have challenged my view that Fundamentalist are true believers, but really are works based churches filled with false converts. I happen to disagree as I find no evidence that they are works based in terms of salvation/soteriology. Yes they may be works based in terms of sanctification, but so should they be as works are what earns one their rewards at the Bema judgment. If one decides to abstain from alcohol that should or will not be something that Christ looks at in consideration for rewards. If one dresses in a suit and tie, or if a woman decides not to wear jewelry, to mix swim, attend movies, or to dance these happen to be SECONDARY issues that Christ I doubt will look at. I agree that Fundamentalist are wrong in their assertion they are better than evangelical that do not do these things, yes. But each one has his faults. Fundamentalist may be Arminian but they do preach the true gospel and I found no evidence of the contrary during my 2 years at BJU, and during my 6 years attending BJU churches in Greenville, SC. If anyone happens to think that Fundamentalist are not saved then please present your case. Perhaps the ones that think these things about them are those that believe in "easy-believism" and all one has to do is say a prayer and then live like satan and still be saved. No IFB I have known of has taught such a thing!