I've been reading some of the other threads about grace/law, and how different folks have changed their opinions on issues over the years. Based upon my personal convictions on the following issues, would you consider me a legalist? Fundamentalist? Conservative? (I say this not because I care to change so much (unless guided to do so by the HS and scripture), I have to have a clear conscious before God, but just curious where you would think I fit in). (1) Believe in literal tithe, (give 10% of gross income). (2) Believe in modest dress for women, (my wife was raised to dress modestly) (3) Try my best to avoid work of any kind on Sunday (We live on a farm so I did have to do a few things today due to impending cold weather and horrible weather yesterday). (4) Abstain from drinking alcohol. (I have drank alcohol in the past in my early 20's, but see no benefit as a Christian, and consider it would not be a good witness) (5) Don't believe women should be pastors, deacons, or elders. (6) KJV preferred not only, but it doesn't matter to me what version a person reads if they never open it. Having said all this I've just recently joined a Baptist church in the past few years so I was not raised in a Baptist church but would not consider my background to be full of do and don'ts. When visiting churches prior to joining where we attend now we visited both IFB and SBC. We joined a SBC, but there are some things I like about the IFB churches we visited. That being said I know there are some SBC churches in the area I would not join, and some IFB churches I would not join.