I guess it is a matter of language. I am pretty sure that I know how to use the word "fundamental." I am aware of fundamental issues in the things we do - as those are the truths of the issue that everyone must understand to be participating in the event. We know that to use a ladder safely to go up on a roof, it is fundamental that the ladder base be away from the house approximately the distance equal to 1/4th of the height of the roof and that the ground be solid where the feet of the ladder rests. That is "fundamental." However, it seems to me that people here are looking down their noses at people they call "fundamentalists." I would like to know what a "fundamentalist" is. The term alone tells me that it would be a person who sees the truths of the Bible and believes in them. I must be wrong, as I don't see how peole would insult them they way I see it being done here. Please educate me. Since I see the truth of the bible and want to comply with the teachings given in it, I wonder if I should be insulting myself as well. There must be something more to it that I am not aware of.