Less than a decade ago, when the Emergent/Emergent/Emerg-whatever was all the rage, the rallying cry was than many of the voices that were opening and broadening themselves were just trying to get back to Ancient Christianity... one still grounded by the Nicene & Apostles Creed.
So the criticism was that Evangelicals with their boundaries were just turning in to Fundamentalists.
Is there a "orthodox" Christianity that is broader than evangelicalism? Of course, let's not be naive. But this was always a red herring.
Now, apparently if you call someone 'UN-orthodox' when they walk away from those actually ANCIENT boundaries of ACTUAL orthodoxy--well you're just mean, cruel and fundamentalist.
Compare this and this.
It just goes to show... it was never about orthodoxy... it was about self, self-identity and self-definition. For all the rage about community, the individual was/is supreme.
The push for a broader Christianity within orthodox bounds was a farce. It was a farce the whole time.
Kinda reminds of me of this little parable.