I read a quote from Rick Warren on Lighthouse Trails website: "Today there really aren't that many Fundamentalists left; I don't know if you know that or not, but they are such a minority; there aren't that many Fundamentalists left in America ... Now the word 'fundamentalist' actually comes from a document in the 1920s called the Five Fundamentals of the Faith. And it is a very legalistic, narrow view of Christianity." Quote by Rick Warren, May 2005. I'll gladly be in that minority if you take out the word legalistic from his quote. My view of fundamentalism is a little different that what Warren believes. Look at what the five fundamentals are: * Inerrancy of the Scriptures * The virgin birth and the deity of Jesus (Isaiah 7:14) * The doctrine of substitutionary atonement by God's grace and through human faith (Hebrews 9) * The bodily resurrection of Jesus (Matthew 28) * The authenticity of Christ's miracles (or, alternatively, his pre-millennial second coming), e.g. healing, deliverance, and second coming I copied this from Wikipedia. For those here who defend Warren, please tell me which of the five fundamentals are legalistic.