Through some of my conversations with people here. There is a claim that the true churches (fundalmentalist in nature) was started by the Apostles and were in the shadow of a coinciding heretical church that became established in 325 AD by Constantine we all know as the RCC. I've been lead to read a pamphelet called the "trail of blood" which is not supported by historical documents and includes fundalmentalist churches with known heretical churches. There is another view that the fundelmentalist churches are born out of the Reformation by leaders such as John Calvin and later grew in Scotland as Presbyterians which influenced English Puritans coming out of the Anglican churches and with the founding of the Americas the fundalmentalist minded were renewed during the great awakening moving to the current period. I've recently came across a view that fundalmentalism as we know it today was formulated in the mid 1800 by Benjamin B. Warfield, Charles Hodge and others at the Princeton Theological seminary that became known as Princeton Theology as a reaction to the social gospel. This group paved the way for a series of 12 books called the Fundamentals by Milton and Lyman Stewart in 1915. What are your thoughts about these views or insight you might have about how fundalmentalism actually came about. Thanks.