1. (n.) - One who outlaws things that need not be outlawed (e.g., the word "crap", music, movies), and allows things that should be forbidden (e.g., horrendous theology, heresies, blasphemies, sin). A term that usually applies to many in the Christian community. (See fundamentalist.) It should be noted, however, that not all Christians are like this, and that the Bible does not support such behavior.
1. Fundamentalists are, quite often, legalistic antinomians.
by Frank Herdlin July 16, 2004