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Conservative Christianity or Christian conservative may refer to:
- One of a number of theological movements
- Christian fundamentalism, a movement within Protestantism upholding a literal reading of the Bible
- Conservative evangelicalism, a conservative branch of evangelicalism
- British Conservative Evangelicalism, a theological movement within Evangelical Protestant Christianity
- The Confessing Movement, an Evangelical movement within several mainline Protestant denominations
- The Traditionalist Catholic movement, Roman Catholics who believe that the Catholic Church has strayed from its doctrine since the Second Vatican Council
- Confessionalism (religion), a belief in the importance of full and unambiguous assent to the whole of a religious teaching
- The Christian right in politics, Christian political groups that are characterized by their strong support of socially conservative policies
- Christian Conservative Party, a political party in Norway
- Conservative Christian Party – BPF, a political party in Belarus
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