The best-selling Denominations Comparison ebook contains a side-by-side comparison of what 12 Christian denominations believe about God, the Trinity, Jesus, and other spiritual issues. This easy-to-read ebook summarizes the beliefs of the different denominations on key topics and includes a qFamily Tree of Denominationsq which reveals the roots of today's denominations. Denominations Comparison includes a look at: Catholic, Orthodox, Lutheran, Anglican, Presbyterian, Methodist, Anabaptist, Congregational, Baptist, Presbyterian, Churches of Christ, Adventist, and Pentecostal churches. Each denomination believes in the deity of Christ and the importance of Scripture, so how are the groups different? The Denominations Comparison shows what denominations have in common as well as where they differ. The Denominations Comparison ebook compares 12 denominations on 11 different topics, such as: acWhen it was founded and by whom acThe number of adherents in 2000 acHow Scripture is viewed acWho God is acWho Jesus is acHow individuals are saved acWhat happens after death acThe definition of the Church acHow each looks at the Sacraments acOther practices and beliefs acThe major divisions and trends today. The Denominations Comparison ebook is an excellent source for pastors and teachers who want to present denominational beliefs in a concise and focused manner. The full color ebook organizes the denominations comparisons in the order in which they came to be, first covering the six liturgical denominations followed by the six non-liturgical denominations. The Liturgical Churches compared are: acCatholic acOrthodox acLutheran (Evangelical Lutheran Church of America; The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod) acAnglican (Episcopal Church; Reformed Episcopal Church) acPresbyterian (The Presbyterian Church (USA) or PCUSA; The Presbyterian Church in America or PCA) acMethodist Churches (United Methodists Church; African Methodist Episcopal; Free Methodists) The Non-Liturgical Churches compared are: acAnabaptist (The Mennonite Church; Church of the Brethren; Amish) acCongregational (United Church of Christ: The National Association of Congregational Christian Churches; The Conservative Congregational Christian Conference) acBaptist (Southern Baptists, American Baptists; National Baptists) acChurches of Christ (Christian Church, Disciples of Christ) acAdventist (Seventh-Day Adventist Church, SDA, 7th Day Adventist) acPentecostal Churches (Assemblies of God; Church of God in Christ) In addition to the side-side comparison of the 12 Christian denominations, the Denominations Comparison ebook contains a list of 42 qHelpful Words to Knowq for studying denominational differences. This list defines words such as: Anabaptist, apocrypha, canon, Eucharist, incarnate, pope, predestination, and puritan. The Denominations Comparison ebook also contains several helpful references, such as: acOfficial web sites for major denominations acGeneral online references acOther web sites for the major traditions. Denominations Comparison also contains a short summary on the following Christian groups, their founders, size, and denominational ties (if applicable): acCalvary Chapel acChristian and Missionary Alliance acChurch of God acChurch of the Nazarene acEvangelical Covenant Church acEvangelical Free Church of America acInternational Church of the Foursquare Gospel acSalvation Army acVineyard Ministries International Topical index: Adventists, African Methodist Episcopal, Anglican, Assemblies of God, Baptists, Calvary Chapel, Catholic Church, Charismatic, Church of Christ, Church of England, Church of God, Congregational Churches, Episcopal Church, Evangelical Church, Foursquare Church, Free Methodists, Holiness Churches, liberal denominations, Lutheran Churches, Methodist Church, Orthodox Church, Pentecostal Church, Presbyterian Church, Quakers, Reformed Church, Roman Catholicism, Salvation Army, Trinity, United Methodist Church, Vineyard Churches, Westminster Confession.1901: Charles Fox Parhama#39;s Kansas Bethel Bible College In order by date (return ) would occur in 1844 failed. ... To be saved, we repent, believe in Christ as Example (in c We are saved by Goda#39;s grace, by Christa#39;s death for our his life) and ... Most church bodies practice a form of church composed of delegates from regional aunion missions, a a: government similar to Baptists. governs the whole church.
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