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a Protestant church that accepts the Bible as the only source of true Christian faith and practices baptism by immersion

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It was speaking about the Christian churches linked to the West, rather than the Eastern
The draft law which was presented by Royce and the minority leader Eliot Engel strengthens previous legislation (HR 306) that was adopted unanimously by Congress in December 2011 and called on Turkey to respect its international obligations and to return confiscated fortunes of Christian churches and to fully respect the rights of Christians to practice their religion.
There is a great chance here for cooperation between the Muslims and the Christian churches.
GENEVA: A coalition of major Christian churches including the Vatican launched a rule book Tuesday for spreading their faith that aims to reduce hostility from Islam and other religions to efforts to convert their followers.
How does this affect the Christian churches of the continent?
The architecture of old Christian churches, by the way, according to Brown, is full of pagan imagery, including doorways, arches, and other features crafted to resemble the external female reproductive anatomy.
Reenacting Martin Luther's famous call for reformation of Church corruption in 1517, Matthew Fox inspirationally defies the modern Roman-Catholic reign in A New Reformation as he diligently and knowledgeably reveals its institutional flaws and proposes a more productive and helpful reordering of the practices and policies of the dominant Christian churches.
Yes, it's true that many gays have suffered abuse at the hands of people in Christian churches.
the West became isolated and cut off from the thriving churches of the East as well as the historical Christian churches of Africa and Asia that even today are growing exponentially.
Archaeological excavations at a prison near Megiddo, Israel, have uncovered remains of what may have been one of the region's oldest Christian churches.
Christian churches have adopted an active and committed position with civil society in the struggle against the weapons industry," says Adriel de Souza Maia, president of Brazil's National Council of Christian Churches (CONIC)--which includes Roman Catholics, mainline Protestants, and Orthodox Christians.
The Roes are members of the Blankenship Christian Holiness Church, one of many small Christian churches in Lewis County with fewer than 200 members each.
Examining the tradition of the Lord's Supper from the Apostolic Era to Medieval times to the modern day, and changes in the doctrine as seen among a wide variety of Christian churches including Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, Anabaptist, Pentecostal, Lutheran, and many more, Take Eat, Take Drink is both a thoughtful study and an excellent prepration read if one is about to participate in the Lord's Supper with a Christian denomination with practices that one is unfamiliar with.
One step acknowledges that the official positions of Christian churches on the issue of homosexuality vary greatly.
In addition to Israel/Palestine, his jurisdiction extends to Jordan and Cyprus and his Latin Church, together with the Greek Orthodox Church, is the most important one among the thirteen main Christian churches of the Middle Eastern mosaic.
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