Kevin Bauder on Fundamentalism and Scholarship

by Feb 12, 2013ChurchLife, NTScholarship, Theology2 comments

I often use my blog as a handy way for me to remember something—and the links below are something I want to have easy access to. They are the 12 short essays on Fundamentalism and Scholarship produced by Kevin Bauder of Central Seminary a few years back. Kevin has spoken at BJU’s Bible Conference and is a thoughtful proponent of fundamentalism who also happens to write good. A friend of mine linked to these a few years back, but your links are dead, friend!

These essays remind me of a special sermon series by my pastor, Mark Minnick, which (I cannot believe) he preached ten years ago: Theology Matters (see PDFs here).

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  1. Rod Decker

    > who also happens to write good.

    Good what? 🙂 Whoops. Not the ideal place for a grammatical gaffe. 🙂 (Though I do agree with what I assume you intended. We need more thinkers like Kevin who can communicate as effectively as he does.)

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