Fundamental Baptist

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Fundamental Baptist The word "Fundamentalist" makes the point, that the church believes and practices the fundamentals of the Faith as taught in the New Testament. The clear and literal teachings of the New Testament are its sole rule for its faith and practice. A true fundamentalist does not compromise in any way from what the Bible teaches in doctrine, principle and by example. Further most Fundamental Independent Baptist churches use sound hermeneutical principles of interpreting the word of God in its grammatical, historical and cultural context.Many Called themselves Baptists but they do not really follow the basic teachings and what the true baptists believed.


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