You have said you were a fundy christian growing up (I wasnt name calling I just hate typing fundamentalist) and if you were you believed in things with an absolute certainty. Like they were facts.
Now you speak with the same certainty even though nothing has changed but your beliefs. Which is fine. You just flipped your beliefs but retained that firebranded fundamentalism that you grew up with,
You're using the term fundamentalist incorrectly.
a movement in 20th century Protestantism emphasizing the literally interpreted Bible as fundamental to Christian life and teaching
b : the beliefs of this movement
c : adherence to such beliefs
: a movement or attitude stressing strict and literal adherence to a set of basic principles
People who don't believe things with absolutely certainty are typically called agnostic not fundies and that is how I classify myself, as an agnostic.
All that being said, you're original point doesn't make much sense. How is pointing out inconsistencies in a belief mean that I'm claiming I believe in something with absolute certainty. That's not a logical conclusion that you're coming to, you're kind of jumping around all over the place and using words that don't make any sense in your context.