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Catholic

Roman Catholic beliefs do not differ drastically from those of the other major branches of Christianity, Greek Orthodoxy and Protestantism. All three main branches hold to the doctrine of the Trinity, the divinity of Jesus Christ, the inspiration of the Bible, and so on

Presbyterianism

What do Presbyterians believe? In the Christian religion, Presbyterianism, whose bodies are also called Reformed Churches, share a common origin in the 16th-century Swiss Reformation and the teachings of John Calvin, and today is one of the largest Christian denominations in Protestantism

Baptists

Baptist churches tend to be evangelical in doctrine, but they do not have a central governing authority so a wide range of beliefs can be seen between one Baptist church and another.

Pentecostalism

Beliefs and theology are important to Pentecostals. They hold to the core doctrines of the Trinity, the deity of Jesus Christ, and the belief that the Bible is the Word of God

Protestantism

Beliefs and theology are important to Pentecostals. They hold to the core doctrines of the Trinity, the deity of Jesus Christ, and the belief that the Bible is the Word of God

Eastern Orthodox Church

Eastern Orthodoxy arose as a distinct branch of Christianity after the 11th-century “Great Schism” between Eastern and Western Christendom. The separation was not sudden. For centuries there had been significant religious, cultural, and political differences between the Eastern and Western churches.

Anglicanism

The Anglican Communion is an organization of autonomous national churches connected with the Church of England, which has its roots in the 16th century Protestant Reformation

Mormonism

God the Father, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost are three separate individual beings who are one in purpose (the “Godhead”). The Father and Jesus Christ have physical bodies. After death, souls receive instruction before being reunited with their bodies. Good Mormons live forever in Heaven with God and their families, good non-Mormons are rewarded but do not have the presence of God, and those who reject the Godhead even after instruction go to Hell.

Calvanist

Calvinism (also called the Reformed tradition, Reformed Christianity, Reformed Protestantism, or the Reformed faith) is a major branch of Protestantism that follows the theological tradition and forms of Christian practice set down by John Calvin and other Reformation-era theologians.

Charismatic movement

Early in the Pentecostal movement of the 20th century, when a Christian would have an experience, such speaking in tongues, the individual would often change churches to one that supported and encouraged such expressions of the faith.