You really are completely out of touch.
But your original post expressed no knowledge of them at all, not awareness but contempt. You asked " How is this different from any brand of Christian theology?", proving you thought this was typical of any brand of Christian theology. In reality, it isn’t typical of any brand of Christian theology.
So you say. Yet you’re a fundamentalist in your theology, your approach to the Bible, and your attitude towards evolution.
No, I’m just used to recognizing fundamentalists. I grew up with them. You show all the symptoms.
- Devotion to historic creeds and councils, as if they are authoritative, and horror at the idea of them being challenged.
- Contempt for the historical critical method.
- Rejection of evolution.
- Prioritizing theology over science.
This is typical fundamentalism. This is Ken Ham territory.
No. I don’t make any such conclusion.
Yeah I’m so “doctrinaire” and “black and white” that (unlike you), I’ve subjected my theology to rigorous scrutiny, and changed it on every point where I realised I was just plain wrong. That’s real “doctrinaire” that is.