I have just read an interesting comment in a book about Bible versions, written by David Beale. He states, in commenting about Wyclif and the Lollards: "When ministers of the apostate Roman church failed to silence these'Bible men', they used a tactic which has often worked- they falsely identified good men with radicalism and extremism." I, also, have just viewed a film entitled "Time Changer" in which a man from the late 1800's had written a book which gave the assertion that if you would tell people of their sins and leave out who said it was sin, that more people would accept their sin as being wrong. Instead, it had given people permission to base sin on whatever level they deemed fit. Over the years the church and the people have been loosening their standards. What was deemed sinful in the past is readily accepted as normal for this day, thus, no longer sinful. Do you see a combination of these two thoughts as what the Fundamentalist churches of today are facing?