Fundamentalists hold the Bible to be the ultimate authority. Therefore when a doctrine, any doctrine nullifies passage after passage and verse after verse, fundamentalist doctrine would reject it on first principles. Lets take a specific example. Boettner says Foreordination is explicitly stated in scripture, then lists many verses, one of which is Acts 13:48. But what does "Foreordination" refer to? The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination! And that doctrine states that before creation, God unconditionally chose foreseen individuals, for salvation. And so in support of this fiction, Boettner lists Acts 13:48. But at least in this early statement of doctrine, he provides no exposition of the verse to explain how it fits with the concept. But the general idea is obvious -as many as were "ordained" or appointed to eternal life believed. Calvinists think that this refers to God preordaining before creation those that believed. But the verse does not say God ordained those that believed, that idea is added to the text by Calvinists. If you just read it you see in verse 46, some Jews rejected Paul's gospel, but in verse 48 others accepted it. It is clear, the sequence is first they were ordained or appointed, then they believed. This much must be gleamed from the grammar. Next we have two issues (1) what is the meaning of the word translated ordained or appointed. If you look at how the word "tassio" is used, it refers to an appointment by mutual consent. The second issue (2) is what voice is the word in, passive or middle. In the passive voice, the emphasis is on the person setting the requirements of the agreement, if in the middle voice, the emphasis in on the person or group agreeing with the requirements. But either way, it can be understood to say as many as were [by Paul] appointed to eternal life believed, or to say as many as were appointed [by acceptance]to eternal life believed. Thus, from a fundamental point of view, this verse has been added to to create supposed support for Calvinism, but by adding an equally viable understanding, absolutely no support for Calvinism is actually provided by the verse. In each case, an assumption is added to create the support for Calvinism and therefore no actually support can be found in scripture. Thus a student of what the Bible actually says, rather than what men claim it means would reject Calvinism. QED, true fundamentalists who stick to what the Bible actually says will be non-Calvinists.