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Understanding Conservative Christianity

Part 1: Wherefore the Discussion?
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Part 2: The Integrity of the Gospel
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Part 3: All the Counsel of God
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Part 4: The Rejection of Crisis
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Part 5: The Rejection of Innovation
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Part 6: The Religious Affections
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Part 7: Culture and Tradition
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Part 7 (Still): A Digression
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Part 7 (Yet Again): Another Digression
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Part 7 (Final Digression): Testing Traditions
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Part 8: Christian Charity
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Part 9: Conclusions
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Kevin T. Bauder

About Kevin Bauder

Kevin T. Bauder is Research Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at Central Baptist Theological Seminary. Not every one of the professors, students, or alumni of Central Seminary necessarily agrees with every opinion that this post expresses.

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