I have liked the term fundamental baptist bible believer for years. Then along came the sorry "fundamentalist" of all religions (especially the IFB-ers) and perverted the term (or maybe the media did) into an autocratic system of extreme prejudice against anybody who doesn't think and believe like me. I started to consider myself a "biblicist" but found that term was far too broad and inclusive of folks that I held in doctrinal error. Calvinist have the problem of Calvin - the historical Calvin was a man who most of us wouldn't particularly get along with, yet the systematic theology has few weaknesses. Arminianist have a problem of Jocobe Arminian - a student of Calvin and died before he could coalesce his stand leaving it up to the Remonstrants to do. I doubt the modern folks would get along well with this group either. Point being that the titles come with presupposed baggage. Does anyone know of other terms that would hold to a solidly fundamental, historically Baptist (1689 - modified by Spurgeon) statement of faith, in which a person could easily be identified?