I recently asked Jim West what his definition of a Fundamentalist was and this has led to some disagreement between Jim and Joe Cathey. The problem is that for most people the word “Fundamentalist” is nothing more than a term of abuse for those more theologically conservative than themselves. For example, a humanist might refer to all Christians as “Fundamentalists”, while a liberal Christian might call all Evangelicals by that name, a member of the “Evangelical Left” might refer to more conservative Evangelicals as such, and so on. The definition thus depends on your own perspective.
I have recently uploaded Gordon Wenham’s summary of developments in academic Pentateuchal studies up to 1996:
More articles from Themelios are available here.
Thanks to the kind permission of Moody Press I have just uploaded John H. Stek’s fascinating article in PDF format:
John H. Stek, “The Bee and the Mountain Goat: A Literary Reading of Judges 4,” Walter C. Kaiser & Ronald F. Youngblood, eds., A Tribute to Gleason Archer. Essays on the Old Testament. Chicago: Moody Press, 1986. Hbk. ISBN: 0802487807. pp.53-86.