Historically, Fundamentalists in America marched to the front lines to do battle with the opposing liberalism of the early twentieth century. On the other hand, Evangelicals in Great Britain took a more relaxed approach and unintentionally . . . allowed liberalism to ultimately win the day. Much criticism has been launched at the Fundamentalist movement, some of it deserved, but arguably it is the Fundamentalist who should be given much credit for the preservation of the evangelical faith in America.
Gary E. Gilley, “It Works For Me…, Pragmatism and the twenty-First Century Church,” PFO’s “The Quarterly Journal,” Jan-Mar 2015, p.7