Fundamentalism was both TRANS-denominational and INTER-denominational. There were fundamentalists within every branch of evangelical Christianity (including, of course, Baptists) and these groups cooperated with each other on the basis of that Fundamentalist credo. When folks lament that Fundamentalism (as a movement) has "drifted" from its moorings, I ask the question, "Why would we want to go back?" Like any organism, Fundamentalism has "morphed" and evolved over the years. Today, when someone says they are a "Fundamentalist", I am truly concerned as to WHAT KIND of fundamentalist they are! So open this thread to discuss the roots and journey (drift if you think it negative) of the old historic Fundamentalist movement, especially focused on Baptists.