Hisorically as we survey fundamentalism, we will notice fundamentalism was much broader in its borders than it is now. Fundamentalists were bot only Baptist, but also Methodist (Bob Jones Sr.), Presbyterian (J. Gershem Machen), plus serveral other denominational persuasions. They espoused differnt theological positions: some were Calvinists, some were Arminians, some were Pre-Trib some were Post-Trib, some were strict creationists, others were Gap Theorists (C.I. Scofield). But all of them agreed upon the fundamental doctrines of the faith, which I think have been looked at before in this forum. The question I wish to raise is, when did fundamentalism become what it is today, or at least what many wish to limit it to today? Were the early fundamentalists wrong for displaying the unity they did around the core doctrines of orthodoxy and alowing disagreement in other areas? If they were right, then is it possible to bring fundamentalism back to its hisorical roots? If they were wrong, then explain how they were. Your thoughts, comments, and insights please.