The recent thread in the general discussion forum concering going to a unsaved loved ones funeral exposed yet another flaw within what can be called fundamentalism. Thankfully not all who identify themselves as fundamental Baptists are characterized by the bad hermenutics and flawed thinking that some demonstrate, but as I travel as a missionary on deputation I have met my share of it. The funeral fiasco was just one of many that I have seen and heard from others. As a young fundamentalist it is this man-centered, extra-biblical, and poor hermenutically driven, theology and attitude that I wish to see changed. For that I would be labled a new evangelical by some of my breathren. My question to the older generation of fundamentalist is why are you so concerned with us? We simply want to see Christ the center of everything and leave the man-centered, external focus behind us. We what to soundly biblical and passionate about the glory of God. Why the conern when we are critical of the "old ways"?