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Denominations: Disciples of Christ and Independent Christian Church
The Christians Church (Disciples of Christ) saw its membership fall below 400,000 in 2018. It is in rapid decline. Jeff Walton writes, “At the current rate, the denomination will shrink by another 50 percent within a decade” (Disciples of Christ … Continue reading
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Feelings and Salvation
Let me tell you of a conversation that I once had. I was eating with two others. One was a member of the church. The other was probably not. He was questioning his baptism. Had he been baptized for the … Continue reading