I found this interesting regarding Northland (an Independent Fundamentalist Baptist college) http://matthewrolson.com/pursuing-transparency-with-change/ Parts that particularly resonate with me: Some may ask, “Are you fundamentalists?” If you are talking about believing the fundamentals of the faith, being willing to separate over them, and being committed to living a holy life before God—then the answer is a resolute, “Yes.” If you are talking about our being willing to separate over “cultural fundamentalism” and its demands to separate over Bible translations, music, dress, methods of ministry, secondary associations, etc., the answer is an equally resolute, “No.” We cannot. Our consciences before God will not allow us to draw artificial lines of separation where God Himself has not drawn them. And this: 2.Northland went from the exclusive use of the King James Version in the pulpit and classrooms to allowing other translations. What is the consensus among fundamentalists regarding these changes? Is this type of change becoming more common among fundamentalist institutions? Do fundamentalists see this as the logical progression of the movement? If they are no longer 'cultural fundamentalists' then should they even be considered 'fundamentalists'? Seems to be diluting the solution, no?