Independent Fundamental Baptists, the “denomination” of which the infamous preacher of the law, Steven Anderson is part of, are a peculiar bunch. While, on some things, it seems that the fundamentalists have some things right that we wish would be translated into the modern Evangelical Church — things homosexual inclusiveness (like The Gospel Coalition and other liberal Evangelical outlets do) — on most things, particularly on salvation and sanctification, they just don’t seem to grasp it.
One of the flagship doctrines of the IFB denomination is KJV-Onlyism — or, as some people like to say, “if the king ain’t on it, the King ain’t in it!” One IFB preacher named Jonathan Shelley of Stedfast Baptist church — who recently preached a sermon titled “People I Hate” — took his hatred of modern English translations to the extreme, making a spectacle of it, saying, “Your Bible doesn’t have thees and thous? Burn it! It’s a Bible BBQ.”
Not to mention Shelley apparently has no theological understanding of the difference between salvation and sanctification.
See the video below: