Research Professor of Systematic Theology
Systematic Theology 1-6
Apologetics & Christian Worldview
Knowing and Loving God
Hermeneutics & Homiletics
Contemporary Theological Issues
KEVIN BAUDER was born in Midland, Michigan. He received his primary education in Michigan public schools and his secondary education in central Iowa. He married Debra Wright, and has two children: Rachel and Joshua.
His non-academic interests include outdoorsmanship, gunsmithing, and the shooting sports, as well as a love for the fine arts.
Areas of academic pursuit include ecclesiological issues, Baptist history and polity, and the study of American fundamentalism and evangelicalism.
B.A., Faith Baptist Bible College
M.Div., Denver Baptist Theological Seminary
Th.M., Denver Baptist Theological Seminary
D.Min., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Ph.D., Systematic Theology, Dallas Theological Seminary
One in Hope and Doctrine, Regular Baptist Press (2014)
Baptist Distinctives, Regular Baptist Press (2012)
Heart, Soul, Might, (editor and contributor) Central Seminary Press (2012)
The Spectrum of Evangelicalism, (contributor) Zondervan (2011)
Evaluating the Da Vinci Phenomenon, Central Seminary Press (2006)
One Bible Only? Examining Exclusive Claims for the King James Bible, (editor) Kregel (2001)
Missions in a New Millennium, (contributor) Kregel (2000)
In the Nick of Time, weekly publication available online