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Name The name “Reformed Church” has its origin in the reformation. “Originally, all of the Reformation churches used this name (or the name Evangelical) to distinguish themselves from the “unreformed” or unchanged, Roman Catholic Church. After the great controversy among … Continue reading →
Authority 1. The Bible “The Bible is acknowledged as the ‘ground’ on which any expression of Christian faith must be founded” (A Building With Foundations, anglicancommunion.org). “Holy Scripture containeth all things necessary to salvation: so that whatsoever is not read … Continue reading →
Name The name Lutheran appears to have first been used by Catholic opposition. One Lutheran source says, “It is a mistake if it is believed that Lutherans took this name for themselves. History reports to us instead that they were … Continue reading →
Many people divide Christendom into three major branches: Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox or Orthodox Catholic, and Protestantism. The Eastern Orthodox Church is the third largest branch. It is the second largest denomination in the world. There are nearly 260 million … Continue reading →
Beliefs and Practices 1. Original Sin The Catholic Church teaches that children are born in sin. Catechism of the Catholic Church reads, “Born with a fallen nature and tainted by Original Sin, children also have need of new birth in … Continue reading →
In Lexington, Kentucky, in the year 1843, Alexander Campbell debated Nathan L. Rice, a Presbyterian. The debate occurred between the dates of November 15th and December 2. The daily sessions, on most days, was from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Six issues were debated: (1) The action … Continue reading →