British Conservative Evangelicalism

Conservative Evangelicalism is a term used in Britain to describe a theological movement found within Evangelical Protestant Christianity. The term is used more often in the first sense, but conservative evangelicals would themselves tend to use it in the second.

Conservative evangelicals are sometimes called Fundamentalists but typically reject that label and are keen to maintain their distinct identity, which is more Reformed. In this sense, Conservative Evangelicalism can be thought to be distinct from Liberal Evangelicalism, Open Evangelicalism and Charismatic Evangelicalism. Some conservative evangelical groups oppose women ministers or women preachers in mixed congregations.

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