While looking at Church history, It occured to me that fundamentalism arose because of a reaction to modernism in the 20th century. Since around 1990, modernism is losing out to post-modernism.. people are realizing that humanism, and science are not the answers to everything.. and there is a search for truth... The problem is, there is so much information for people to choose from, so they pick and choose what they think is truth... Modernism is dying. We are beyond modernism... hence the term Post modern.. And we beginning to live in a post-modern world... (most places) Now since fundamentalism was a response to modernism... And since modernism is dying, how does that affect fundamentalism? Could this be the reason we see a split between the neo-fundamentalists or as some call them (UFOS) Ultra seperatism, and onlyism.......and the traditional fundamentalists... It seems that fundamentalism is in a flux... Fundamentalists are taught to fight... Stand for truth... but when the enemy (modernism) is dying, who do you fight? Could that be the reason you see so many different stripes of fundamentalists.. fundamentalists are taught to fight to the point that when they don't have a common enemy, they fight each other? What will be the fundamentalists response to post modernism? For over a 100 yrs we were trained to fight one enemy... modernism I think it is time to get ready to fight another... post modernism I feel the emergent church movement is a response to post modernism.. What response will the fundamentalist movement give?