What does "Fundamentalist" mean?
“It is a term coined amid the Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy, A.D. 1891-1941, when formerly orthodox views were challenged by liberal theologians in Europe and America. This term referred to one who held to the then-debated ‘five fundamentals’ of the faith, which were seen as essential to orthodox Christianity. These fundamentals are: (1) The Virgin Birth, (2) Belief in the Miracles of Christ, (3) The Substitutionary Atonement, (4) Inerrancy of the Scriptures, (5) Bodily Resurrection of Christ. In modern times, unfortunately, some use the term Fundamentalist derisively to refer to argumentative Christians.” – Dr. Gary Cohen