I was thinking about this in one of the "alcohol" threads. Fundamental, now often a negative term, in my mind, is someone who adheres to the "fundamentals" of the faith. This came to mind because in the alcohol thread, I was wondering, "is this considered a fundamental of the faith to some". I don't want to get back on that issue....but was wondering what some of you consider the fundamentals of the faith, and if maybe someone has something on their list that may not be on anothers. Just curious. Here is mine: 1) One God in three persons (ie. monotheism, Trinity) 2) Divinity of Jesus 3) Literal resurrection 3) Authority and Inerrancy of Scripture 4) Salvation through faith in Jesus 5) Atoning work of Jesus on the Cross There are a some I think most would have on their list. Any others on your lists?