Notice what a liberal theologian said concerning fundamentalism. Kirsopp Lake acknowledges that the Bible is on the fundamentalist’s side… that is an interesting acknowledgement to say the least.
Read what he said:
It is a mistake often made by educated persons who happen to have but little knowledge of historical theology to suppose that fundamentalism is a new and strange form of thought. It is nothing of the kind; it is the partial and uneducated survival of a theology which was once universally held by all Christians. How many were there, for instance, in Christian churches in the eighteenth century who doubted the infallible inspiration of all Scripture? A few perhaps, but very few. No, the fundamentalist may be wrong; I think that he is. But it is we who have departed from the tradition, not he; and I am sorry for anyone who tries to argue with a fundamentalist on the basis of authority. The Bible and the corpus theologicum of the Church are on the fundamentalist side.12
Erickson, M. J. (1998). Christian theology (2nd ed.) (69). Grand Rapids, Mich.: Baker Book House.