It's actually an interesting subject that in part led me to affirmatively reject my fundamentalist upbringing. Let me ask you this. How many letters did Paul write to the Corinthians? Who decided which one's made it into your bible, and when did they decide it? What about the deutero-canonical books, they made it all the way to the early versions of the KJV, are you familiar with their contents? Heck, who decided what to put in the the entire new testament and when did they decide? And I'll ask again, what were the last words of Jesus? That would seem to be a pretty important quote, if nothing else a divinely inspired infallible book certainly would have gotten that right. Can you enlighten us on what those words were? This big question is why so few fundamentalists have even stopped to think about where the book they believe is infallibly true to the last word came from, when the answers are trivially easy to come by. You can call me a lot of things, but if you're going to call me uninformed about the origins of the christian religion you'll need to provide some backing for that assertion and ideally you won't have just googled it given that you're basing your entire worldview on this.