True enough, but I don't think it is because of a theological dispute about Christianity, but rather about whether or not Christianity should take primacy as the basis for a belief system.Theologically conservative churches tend to take scripture in a relatively literal manner until there is compelling reason to interpret it otherwise.
These two viewpoints are going to be incompatible. You're basically saying "ignore what the bible says' and the theologically-conservative reply is an astonished 'Um, we can't do that. The bible is the core of our beliefs."
There's not going to be a meeting of the minds here.
Now that will be interesting to see.However I would at least HOPE there could be a measure of mutual respect, as in agreeing to disagree and acknowledging that the other is sincere in their belief and not merely BSing.