Protestant denomination


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For example, readers might like a more intentional discussion on the relations between Pentecostalism, the AG, mainstream Protestant denominations, and the Roman Catholic Church during the period in question.
Most other Protestant denominations have decided their position on the issue one way or another.
Encountering "Catholics" who are "pro-choice" (a euphemism if ever there was one), I thought to myself, "Why do such people even consider themselves still to be Catholics, especially when they could join any number of Protestant denominations that favor such things: abortion, contraception, women priests, married priests, gay 'marriage,' etc.
Edited by Douglas Blount and Joseph Wooddell, Baptist Faith and Message 2000: Critical Issue in America's Largest Protestant Denomination was written to "explain what the confession actually says and defend it against criticisms that have been directed against it" (x).
Among other findings, the survey indicated that members of Protestant denominations now make up only a slight majority - 51.
For example, if asked for religious identification, almost 90 percent of people in the United States will identify themselves as some type of Christian, usually either Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, or of a Protestant denomination.
92 percent of Presbyterian churches use the Internet, the highest of any Protestant denomination.
The original sanitarium was run by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, a Protestant denomination that observes the Sabbath on Saturday.
Recently, when another Protestant denomination considered similar resolutions against Israel, Lord Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, had this to say, "Israelis are already traumatized and feel that the world is against them.
Bishop Malkhaz Songulashvili of the Evangelical Baptist Church, the largest Protestant denomination in Georgia, has taken a bold step towards furthering religious unity.
1) The book's main focus, instead, is on the attitudes toward Israel held within the United Church of Canada (UCC), the largest Protestant denomination in Canada, with some attention to the attitudes of the other Protestant denominations.
It is the country's 5th-largest Protestant denomination.
The Church has a total membership of 300,000 people in Irleand, around 560 congregations, and is the largest Protestant denomination in Northern Ireland.
Lutherans, spread throughout the world, are a major Protestant denomination of Christianity which originated around 1521 and which traces its origins to Martin Luther's (1483-1546) theology and the formulae collected in the Book of Concord (1580).
The WCC must radically change, said Albert van den Heuvel, who was active in the council from 1959 to 1980, and is a former general secretary of the Netherlands Reformed Church, then the country's largest Protestant denomination.
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