I've found Kevin Bauder's series, "Fundamentalists and Scholarship," intriguing and thought-provoking. The seventh installment seems to lead to an inescapable conclusion that fundamentalists need to cooperate in a far more comprehensive and coherent way currently exists in order to produce the kinds of scholars Bauder desires. It would require substantial financial commitment, collaborative strategic thinking, widespread appreciation for theological education, and theological cohesion (or at least the willingness to tolerate diversity on some deep-seated distinctives in secondary issues).
Has fundamentalism ever fruitfully cultivated these values? May Bauder succeed in his vision for progress.