Fundamentalism not only demands faithfulness to the gospel but also a refusal to extend Christian fellowship to those who deny the gospel. This latter obligation needs careful articulation and defense; Dr. Bauder's course will help fundamentalists understand and uphold the pursuit of a holy church.
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Dr. Kevin Bauder, a native of Michigan, serves as the President of Central Baptist Seminary in Plymouth, Minnesota. He and his wife Debra have two children, Rachel and Joshua. Dr. Bauder joined the Central Seminary faculty in 1998, serving as Associate Professor and Chair of the Systematic and Historical Theology Departments with academic pursuit in the areas of ecclesiological issues, Baptist history and polity, and the study of American fundamentalism and evangelicalism. His other interests include outdoorsmanship, gunsmithing, and the shooting sports, as well as a love for the fine arts.