Andrew Aucamp holds a BTh (North-West University) and an MTh (South African Theological Seminary). The current essay is based on the research done for his MTh thesis entitled A Historical and Theological Survey of the Relationship between the Principle of Liberty of Conscience and the Doctrine of Scripture in the Baptist Union of South Africa from 1930 to 2005, which was supervised by Dan Lioy. Dan Lioy holds a ThM (Dallas Theological Seminary) and a PhD (North-West University). He has lectured at Trinity Theological Seminary, Marylhurst University, and Southwestern College. He has written several academic monographs, including ones on the Book of Ecclesiastes, the Sermon on the Mount, the Gospel of John, and the Book of Revelation. He is presently a postgraduate supervisor with the South African Theological Seminary.
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