Writing in Touchstone, James Kushiner outlines a basis of beliefs that all Christian traditionalists should agree on:
Our commitment to the Great Tradition has also meant that we oppose modern innovations accepted by some in misguided efforts to be pastorally sensitive, culturally relevant, or biblically “prophetic.” These innovations include “Christian feminism” and sexual egalitarianism, the abortions and contraceptive cultures, the revision of orthodox trinitarianism, the assertion of biblical skepticism, and the market-drive repackaging of Christianity.
S.M. Hutchens says that:
…the egalitarianism that justifies women’s ordination is false anthropology that infects through its inevitable corruption of Christology, every Christian doctrine.