Not an especially edifying discussion on that thread. Some reject the term Fundamentalist because of the non-fundamental accretions that have attached themselves to some of its its practitioners. Others gladly accept the appellation because it means they accept the fundamentals of the faith. Me, I'm either a neo-fundamentalist or a classical evangelical. Heck, maybe even neo-orthodox with an emphasis upon the sovereignty of God and his absolute "otherness," the sinfulness of mankind and primacy of the Word of God and the word of God.