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Denominations: Anglican and Episcopal Churches (part 1)
The Anglican Church numbers about 85 million (Countries With the Largest Anglican Populations, worldatlas.com). The top five countries, by number, are: (1) Nigeria; (2) United Kingdom; (3) Uganda; (4) Sudan; (5) Australia. The United States is seventh, counting the Episcopal … Continue reading
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Denominations: Catholic Church (Part 1)
The word ‘denomination’ and related words are used in different ways. The word ‘denominate’ means “to give a name to” (merrian-webster.com). The word ‘denominator,’ in mathematics, is used of “the part of the fraction that is below the line that … Continue reading
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Western Religions: Jehovah’s Witnesses and The Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society, Part 1
The Jehovah’s Witnesses claim a membership of approximately 8.6 million world-wide (How Many of Jehovah’s Witnesses Are There Worldwide?, JW.org). The number are said to total about 1.2 million in the U.S.A. (2018 Country and Territory Reports, JW.org). “Jehovah’s Witnesses … Continue reading
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