1) I think every Baptist church teaches the deity of Christ. So that does not create much separation from all other Baptist churches. 2) I think pretty much every Baptist church "claims" to believe in the verbal-plenary inspiration of the scriptures. But if a church teaches not from a bible that at least strives to present scripture translated by the word for word translation philosophy, such as the ESV, NIV, NLT and NET, they are only paying lib-service to the idea that God inspired the very words of scripture. 3) Again, I think pretty much every Baptist church teaches the future imminent return of Christ. If I am mistaken, please show me the error of my ways. 4) And I also think pretty much every Baptist church teaches substitutionary atonement, Christ dying for all mankind, not all baptist churches teach penal substitutionary atonement, Christ dying for the Elect only. Does the umbrella of Fundamentalism cover both views?