"Legalism" appears to be the new buzzword these days. If someone adheres to anything in the Bible that someone else doesn't approve of, they are scolded as being legalistic. But, precisely what IS legalism? It was my understanding that the true definition of the word was when someone added something to the act of salvation, i.e., a work of some sort. Lighting a candle, baptism, speaking in tongues, etc. However, that definition has been stretched to include all sorts of things. So, in YOUR opinion - what is legalism?