I believe even every letter is inspired and should be read. When it comes to Holy Scripture, God preserving His Word refers the actual words He choose to make His revelation known. These were in Greek and Hebrew. For years The Canadian Bible Society published something called The Numerical New Testament by (I thinK) Ivan Panin. Because the letters of Greek, and Hebrew as well, are numbers as well as letters, without knowing the language(s) with a chart and an inter-linear you can examine the mathmatical patterning that Holy Scripture contains. Through this means what is thought to be authoritatively "THE" text was arrived at and published. For a good translation that gives the evidence of the original languages, the Concordant Literal Translation as well has all the words of the "Textus Receptis" and the three oldest Uncials. The difference between all the manuscript evidence has been said to be, other than word order, only about fifty instances and no important doctrine hangs or falls on any of them.
I liken it to about a meter square of cloth from the bedchamber of the king at Versailles of gold with jewels, rubies and pearls entwined that I saw on display at DKOTA (Design Center of the Americas) in Ft Lauderdale, FL. While insured for $30,000 Dollars, the curator that accompanied it said it was actually priceless. They were refurbishing the bedroom, which is how it came to be so far from home. There were several things wrong with what I saw. Some jewels were missing, for instance. Like the cloth of a cloak of the king is how I see Scripture. There is an obvious testimony to Divine perfections, inerrancy, though frayed a bit here or there, maybe a jewel missing. But the obvious cannot be hidden for those who have the will to use their eyes to see.
As far as "fundamentalism" is concerned, those of that stripe wouldn't ever have me unless it was their reward for dancing the dance of seven veils. That means I think they'd accept my head on a platter.
Acts 24:14-16 (Concordant Literal Translation)...
14 "Yet I am avowing this to you, that, according to the way which they are terming a sect, thus am I offering divine service to the hereditary God, believing all that is written, according to the law and in the prophets,
15 having an expectation in God, which these themselves also are anticipating, that there shall be a resurrection which is impending for both the just and the unjust.
16 "In this, I am exerting myself also, to have a conscience which is no stumbling block toward God and men, continually.