From a Bible conference of Conservative Protestants meeting in Niagara in 1895, a statement was issued containing what came to be known as the five points of fundamentalism:
1) The verbal inerrancy of Scripture,
2) the divinity of Jesus Christ,
3) the virgin birth,
4) a substitutionary theory of the atonement, and
5) the physical resurrection and bodily return of Christ.
I happen to agree with these five (5) original fundamental beliefs of the Prostestant Churches. Charismatic churches have added two (2) more beliefs to modern fundamentalism, with which I agree.
6) SALVATION AND RIGHTEOUSNESS: Belief begins with an experience of the "new birth" which occurs when faith is placed in Christ as Savior and Lord,
7) SPEAKING IN TONGUES: Pentecostal and charismatic churches also believe in the baptism of the Spirit… an experience different than initial salvation. It is seen as a second experience that gives a person much greater spiritual power and boldness, and the ability to live a more victorious Christian life. The baptism of the Spirit is also accompanied by the sign of speaking in tongues.
I am going to add another more recent belief, with which I believe will become more pronounced as the world approaches the second return of Jesus Christ.
8) SIGNS AND WONDERS: Within a few years of communion (fellowship) with Jesus Christ, a Christian will begin “manifesting” “sonship” and the presence of Jesus Christ to the world with “miraculous signs and wonders” following.