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Denominations: Baptist Church (Part 1)
Ascertaining accurate total numbers is difficult. The Baptist church is greatly divided. The Baptist World Alliance (BWA) indicates that their fellowship of 241 conventions and unions, in 126 countries and territories, comprised 47 million baptized believers in 2020 (members unions, … Continue reading
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Holy Spirit: In Conversion (Part 1)
Much of Christendom are Calvinistic in doctrine. They hold to the following five points, known as the T.U.L.I.P.: (1) Total Depravity. Man is born in sin. He is incapable of doing good. He is even incapable of understanding God’s will … Continue reading
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