Reformed Fundamentalism

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Reformed fundamentalism is a movement that arose in some conservative Presbyterian, Reformed Baptist and other Reformed churches, which also agreed with the motives and aims of broader Evangelical Protestant fundamentalism. Some of the better known leaders who have described themselves as both Calvinist and fundamentalist have been Carl McIntire of the Bible Presbyterian Church and Ian Paisley of the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster.

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