Fundamentalist Christianity: Generally a reference to conservative Christians who believe five "fundamentals" of : the inerrancy of Scripture, the virgin birth of Christ, the substitutionary atonement of Christ, the bodily resurrection of Christ, and the historicity of biblical miracles. More specifically, the term is identified with the conservative reaction, especially in America, to in the early 20th century. Core beliefs of the movement are virtually identical with . Some fundamentalists, however, later distinguished themselves from evangelicals (or neo-evangelicals) whom they saw as too compromising and ecumenical. More recently some have given a new, negative meaning to the term "fundamentalist" using it as a synonym for narrow-minded, bigoted, anti-intellectual or divisive Christians.
G.A.P. Ministries, Elm Grove, WI: , observes Feast Days, part of movement. Publishes newsletter.


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