The fundamentalism label is very fitting for at least two reasons. For one, Mark Driscoll, the founder of the network which Vintage Church is part of, has repeatedly said that they are, "putting the fun back into fundamentalism." Secondly, the word fundamentalism has morphed in our culture from a set of beliefs to an approach toward any beliefs. So, there are fundamentalist Christians, fundamentalist Muslims, even fundamentalist atheists. The leadership of Vintage Church very clearly fits the fundamentalist label, because of how they hold their beliefs, not simply the content of those beliefs.
The church posted the mp3 audio of the message from yesterday. A few attendees have mentioned that Tyler directly address this article, but that part was cut out from the mp3. So, the church refuses to be interviewed for the story, and then magically removes any reference to it from their website? Why so much secrecy? Not surprising, but sad.
To better understand what Vintage really believes about how different men and women are, visit this website which has been endorsed by A29 and Vintage pastors/elders (men) in the past:
FALSE. Most people don't know this, because for some reason they hide it like most everything else, Vintage IS SBC:
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