This booklet is the second and
the last part of our short outlines on the contemporary Christian
denominations. Those two parts introduced to the readers are a history and
teachings of various branches of Christian denominations. The short
information, and also the deeper research of these, will help the sincere
seeker to find the great advantage of the Orthodox Church over any other
churches, because it points to the roots that go back into the First Century
which kept a purity of the faith of the apostles and the apostolic succession.
The Roman Catholic church had the apostolic succession, but strayed away from
the apostolic purity of the faith. Other ‘Christian’ denominations appeared
relatively recently and every one of them in one way or another broke away from
the apostolic tradition, in various degrees changed the Christian faith and did
not keep the blessings of succession.
For: Orthodoxy, Roman-Catholicism, Protestantism, Lutheranism, Calvinism,
Reformation, Presbyterianism, Anglicanism that had or had not attributes of the
REAL CHURCH, was studied in the first part of our booklet. In this part we will
look on denominations of much later origin.
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