List of Christian punk bands

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This is a list of Christian punk bands, which include all notable Christian bands that fall under the category of punk or one of its sub-genres, excluding hardcore genres. Christian hardcore bands are listed on the list of Christian hardcore bands.

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Traditional punk rock bands[edit]

Christian bands that were part of or draw from traditional punk rock.

Post-punk and new wave bands[edit]

Artists associated with post-punk and new wave in Christian music.

Pop punk bands[edit]

Pop punk and emo-pop bands and artists in Christian music.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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