Churches--There are Multiples of Them and God Only Established One Eph 3 click for 4 >>.

Churches--See Below, List Starts Here—There Are

                                           41,000-Plus Christian Churches Independently Operating.htm --wiki/ note-2

                                                      This is the work of Satan’s Ministers                                                                        

                                 Doctrines From Demons-1-Tim4-1-Plus 

                                                         Satan Has Conquered The Churches Of Christendom How So 

                                                        One Christian Congregation in Antioch 106A.D.Ignatius Of Antioch.

                     Then The Roman Catholic Church with out God’s Scripture Approval Changed The Christian Congregation to

                                                                   The Roman Catholic Church--Details R/in Open 106AD

 

One of SBTs Purpose is root out the original truth.  How Is This Done Open SbtsCommentaryNote.htm Open HARVESTwork.htm

 

                         SBTs Goal is to restore what the Bible Penman originally wrote (Open) God’s Penmans Writings.htm

                                                  One means one not many!! << Eph 3 click for 4 >>

SBTs Purpose Is to Root out the weeds that’s been Sown into the churches.

Only a good Biblical Library can do this because most Churches are to busy doing their own thing and getting rich, details in Open Matt-10-8 and MattC10-8.

One true faith and to make these verses ring true for the true hope that we are looking for << Eph 3 click for 4 >>

2 In all humility of mind and quietness and patience, and that you would be patient one toward another in love, 

3 And to be diligent to keep the harmony of The Spirit in the bonds of peace, 

4 And that you would be in one body and One Spirit as when you were called in One hope of your calling.

5 For THE LORD JEHOVAH is One, and the faith is One, and the baptism is one One,

6 And  One is God The Father of all, and over all, and with all and in us all. 

<< Eph.3 >> --The Aramaic Bible in Plain English. 

 

Ask YOURSELF-The following. How can there so many independently Named Churches teaching different typed of doctrines about what is the one true faith, baptism ect. What do YOU think caused that?

It is up to each individual to search out the things that have been added (Add-ons) to God words since the death of the apostles—

Send in YOUR list of bad beliefs to the librarian@simplebibletruths.net 

If YOU open any link and get the churches E-Mail--request their Statement of Faith and extra beliefs and compare

them to one another to see how they match up the above verses.

Also see R/in STATEMENTsAboutManyChurchesBeliefsUpdated.htm     Plus Open Modern_English_Bible_translations

    Open Word and Jesus said I am the Way. Everyone has FREE-WILL Why Open FREE-WILL       

Amos 9:11 "In that day I will raise up the fallen booth of David, And wall up its breaches; I will also raise up its ruins And rebuild it as in thedays

 of old;

Amos 9:12 That they may possess the remnant of Edom And all the nations who are called by My name," Declares the LORD who doesthis

1.      .  ^ Appendix B: Methodology for Estimating Christian Movements, "Global Christianity: A Report on the Size and Distribution of the World's Christian Population", The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life, December 19, 2011. "The figures on Christian movements in this report were commissioned by the Pew Forum from the Center for the Study of Global Christianity (CSGC) at Gordon–Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Mass. CSGC researchers generated their estimates based in large part on figures provided by Christian denominations and organizations around the world. CSGC has obtained denominational membership information from about 41,000 organizations worldwide."

From --wiki/ note-2List Starts Here                                 

·                    Alphabetcally 

·                    Armenian Catholic Church

·                    Belarusian Greek Catholic Church

·                    Bulgarian Catholic Church

·                    Chaldean Catholic Church

·                    Coptic Catholic Church

·                    Croatian Greek Catholic Church

·                    Ethiopian Catholic Church

·                    Georgian Catholic Church hed E-M

·                    Greek Catholic Church

·                    Hungarian Greek Catholic Church

·                    Italo-Albanian Catholic Church - a.k.a. Italo-Greek Catholic Church

·                    Macedonian Catholic Church

·                    Maronite Catholic Church

·                    Melkite Catholic Church

·                    Romanian Catholic Church

·                    Russian Catholic Church

·                    Ruthenian Catholic Church (usually called the "Byzantine Catholic Church" in the United States)

·                    Slovak Greek Catholic Church

·                    Syrian Catholic Church

·                    Syro-Malabar Church

·                    Syro-Malankara Catholic Church

·                    Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church

The Catholic Church considers itself the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church that Christ founded.[5] As such, the Catholic Church does not consider itself a denomination, but as pre-denominational, the original Church of Christ.

[edit] Other churches

[edit] Independent (self-identified as Catholic)

See also: Sedevacantism

·                    Apostolic Catholic Church

·                    American Catholic Church in the United States

·                    Bosnian Church (no longer in existence)

·                    Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church

·                    Catholic Charismatic Church of Canada

·                    Celtic Catholic Church

·                    Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association

·                    Communion of Christ the Redeemer

·                    Free Catholic Church

·                    Liberal Catholic Church

·                    Mariavite Church

·                    Old Catholic Church

·                    Old Catholic Church of America

·                    Old Catholic Church in Europe

·                    Palmarian Catholic Church

·                    Philippine Independent Church

·                    Polish National Catholic Church

·                    True Catholic Church

[edit] Eastern Orthodox

Main article: Eastern Orthodox Church

See also: Eastern Orthodox Church organization and Eastern Orthodox Christian theology

List provided in order of precedence. Indentation indicates autonomy rather than autocephaly.

[edit] Eastern Orthodox Church

Main article: Eastern Orthodox Church

·                    Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople

o                               Finnish Orthodox Church

o                               Estonian Apostolic Orthodox Church (autonomy not universally recognized)

o                               Patriarchal Exarchate for Orthodox Parishes of Russian Tradition in Western Europe (autonomy not universally recognized)

·                    Greek Orthodox Church of Alexandria

·                    Greek Orthodox Church of Antioch

o                               Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America

·                    Greek Orthodox Church of Jerusalem

o                               Saint Catherine's Monastery (considered autocephalous by some)

·                    Russian Orthodox Church

o                               Latvian Orthodox Church (semi-autonomous)

o                               Moldovan Orthodox Church (autonomy not universally recognized)

o                               Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate)

o                               Japanese Orthodox Church(autonomy not universally recognized)

o                               Chinese Orthodox Church

o                               Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (semi-autonomous; not universally recognized)

o                               Estonian Orthodox Church of Moscow Patriarchate (semi-autonomous; not universally recognized)

·                    Serbian Orthodox Church

o                               Macedonian Orthodox Church (autonomy not universally recognized)

o                               Orthodox Ohrid Archbishopric

·                    Romanian Orthodox Church

o                               Metropolis of Bessarabia

·                    Bulgarian Orthodox Church

·                    Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church

·                    Cypriot Orthodox Church

·                    Church of Greece

·                    Polish Orthodox Church

·                    Orthodox Autocephalous Church of Albania (Albanian Orthodox Church)

·                    Czech and Slovak Orthodox Church

·                    Orthodox Church in America (autocephaly not universally recognized)

The Eastern Orthodox Church considers itself to be the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church that Christ founded.

[edit] Other churches

Some Orthodox Churches with not universally recognized autocephaly by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople:

·                    Greek Old Calendarists

·                    Montenegrin Orthodox Church

·                    Macedonian Orthodox Church

·                    Russian Old Believers

·                    Ukrainian Orthodox Church:

o                               Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church

o                               Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Kiev Patriarchy)

[edit] Oriental Orthodoxy

Main article: Oriental Orthodoxy

Oriental Orthodoxy comprises those Christians who did not accept the Council of Chalcedon (AD 451). Other denominations often erroneously label these churches "Monophysite", however, as the Oriental Orthodox do not adhere to the teachings of Eutyches, they themselves reject this label, preferring the term Miaphysite.

·                    Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria

o                               British Orthodox Church

o                               French Coptic Orthodox Church

·                    Syriac Orthodox Church

o                               Jacobite Syrian Christian Church

·                    Armenian Apostolic Church

o                               Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin

o                               Holy See of Cilicia

o                               Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem

o                               Armenian Patriarchate of Constantinople

·                    Church of Caucasian Albania (extinct)

·                    Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church

·                    Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church

·                    Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church

·      The Antiochian Catholic Church in America is theologically aligned with the Oriental Orthodox, but is not in full communion with them, primarily because it ordains women and does not impose celibacy on its bishops.

·      Celtic Orthodox Church

·      Sassanid Church (no longer in existence)

·      Malabar Independent Syrian Church

The Oriental Orthodox Church considers itself to be the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church that Christ founded.

[edit] Church of the East

The Church of the East is said to have been formed by St Thomas. The Church did not attend the Council of Ephesus (AD 431). It is incorrectly referred to as the Nestorian Church; Assyrian Christians do not consider themselves Nestorians, and recent Christological agreements with the Catholic and some of the Orthodox churches have resolved this debate permanently, clearing the way for ecumenical relations.

·      Church of the East (historical church)

o        Assyrian Church of the East (successor church)

o        Ancient Church of the East (successor church)

The Church of the East considers itself to be the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church that Christ founded.

[edit] Protestantism

Main articles: Protestantism and Protestant Reformation

See also: Protestantism by country

These are the churches "which repudiated the papal authority, and separated or were severed from the Roman communion in the Reformation of the 16th cent., and of any of the bodies of Christians descended from them."[6]

Diagram showing major branches and movements within Protestantism

Open http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Protestantbranches.svg  File:Protestantbranches.svg

[edit] Pre-Lutheran Protestants

·                    Hussites

o                               Moravian Church

o                               Unity of the Brethren

o                               Utraquists

·                    Waldensians

[edit] Lutheranism

Main articles: Lutheranism and Martin Luther

·                    Apostolic Lutheran Church of America

·                    Association of Free Lutheran Congregations

·                    Church of the Lutheran Brethren of America

·                    Church of the Lutheran Confession

·                    Concordia Lutheran Conference

·                    Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church "Concord" (Russia)

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Free Church (Germany)

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Synod (United States)

o                               Lutheran Church of Central Africa Malawi Conference

o                               Lutheran Church of Central Africa Zambia Conference

o                               Ukrainian Lutheran Church

o                               Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (United States)

·                    Evangelical Catholic Church

·                    Kosovo Protestant Evangelical Church

·                    Evangelical Community Church-Lutheran

·                    Evangelical Lutheran Diocese of North America

·                    International Lutheran Council

o                               American Association of Lutheran Churches

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church - Synod of France and Belgium

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church of Brazil

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church of England

o                               Gutnius Lutheran Church

o                               Independent Evangelical-Lutheran Church

o                               Japan Lutheran Church

o                               Lanka Lutheran Church

o                               Lutheran Church—Canada

o                               Lutheran Church—Hong Kong Synod

o                               Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (United States)

o                               Lutheran Church of Australia (associate member)

·                    German Evangelical Church in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia (no longer in existence)

·                    Laestadian Lutheran Church

·                    Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

·                    Lutheran Church of China (no longer in existence)

·                    Lutheran Church-International

·                    Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ (United States)

·                    Lutheran Evangelical Protestant Church (United States)

·                    Lutheran Ministerium and Synod - USA

·                    Lutheran World Federation

o                               Andhra Evangelical Lutheran Church

o                               Arcot Lutheran Church

o                               Batak Christian Protestant Church

o                               Church of Denmark

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland

o                               Church of Iceland

o                               Church of Norway

o                               Church of Sweden

o                               Church of the Faroe Islands

o                               Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church

o                               Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Slovakia

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church of Papua New Guinea

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church in Southern Africa

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church of Latvia

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church in Madhya Pradesh

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Himalayan States

o                               Evangelical Lutheran Free Church of Norway (associate member)

o                               Gossner Evangelical Lutheran Church in Chotanagpur and Assam

o                               Indian Evangelical Lutheran Church

o                               Jeypore Evangelical Lutheran Church

o                               Lutheran Church of Australia (associate member)

o                               Malagasy Lutheran Church

o                               Northern Evangelical Lutheran Church

o                               Simalungun Protestant Christian Church

o                               South Andhra Lutheran Church

o                               Tamil Evangelical Lutheran Church

[edit] Anglicanism

[edit] Anglican Communion

Main article: Anglican Communion

See also: Anglicanism

Anglicanism has referred to itself as the via media between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. It considers itself to be both Catholic and Reformed. Although the use of the term "Protestant" to refer to Anglicans was once common, it is controversial today, with some rejecting the label and others accepting it.

·                    Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia

·                    Anglican Church in Central America

·                    Anglican Church of Australia

·                    Anglican Church of Burundi

·                    Anglican Church of Canada

·                    Anglican Church of Kenya

·                    Anglican Church of Korea

·                    Anglican Church of Mexico

·                    Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea

·                    Anglican Church of Southern Africa

·                    Anglican Church of Tanzania

·                    Anglican Church of the Southern Cone of America

·                    Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil

·                    Church in the Province of the West Indies

·                    Church in Wales

·                    Church of England

·                    Church of Ireland

·                    Church of Nigeria

·                    Church of Uganda

·                    Church of the Province of Central Africa

·                    Church of the Province of Melanesia

·                    Church of the Province of Myanmar

·                    Church of the Province of Rwanda

·                    Church of the Province of South East Asia

·                    Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean

·                    Church of the Province of West Africa

·                    Episcopal Church (in the United States and elsewhere)

·                    Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East

·                    Episcopal Church in the Philippines

·                    Episcopal Church of Cuba

·                    Episcopal Church of the Sudan

·                    Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui

·                    Lusitanian Catholic Apostolic Evangelical Church (in Portugal)

·                    Nippon Sei Ko Kai (Japan)

·                    Province de L'Eglise Anglicane Du Congo

·                    Scottish Episcopal Church

·                    Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church

The Anglican Communion also includes the following united churches:

·      Church of Bangladesh

·      Church of North India

·      Church of South India

·      Church of Pakistan

The Anglican Communion considers itself to be part of the One Holy catholic and Apostolic Church that Christ founded, without the implication that various other churches are not also branches of it.

[edit] Other Anglican Churches

Main article: Continuing Anglican movement

·                    African Orthodox Church

·                    Anglican Catholic Church

·                    Anglican Church in America

·                    Anglican Church in North America

·                    Anglican Church of India

·                    Anglican Episcopal Church (USA)

·                    Anglican Mission in the Americas

·                    Anglican Orthodox Church

·                    Anglican Province of America

·                    Anglican Province of Christ the King

·                    Christian Episcopal Church

·                    Church of England (Continuing)

·                    Church of England in South Africa

·                    Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches

·                    Diocese of the Great Lakes

·                    Diocese of the Holy Cross

·                    Episcopal Missionary Church

·                    Evangelical Connexion of the Free Church of England

·                    Free Church of England

·                    Free Protestant Episcopal Church

·                    Holy Catholic Church--Western Rite

·                    Independent Anglican Church Canada Synod

·                    Orthodox Anglican Church

·                    Reformed Episcopal Church

·                    Southern Episcopal Church

·                    United Episcopal Church of North America

[edit] Reformed Churches

Main article: Reformed Churches

See also: Calvinism and First Great Awakening

·                    Canadian and American Reformed Churches

·                    Christian Reformed Church in North America

·                    Christian Reformed Churches of Australia

·                    Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches

·                    Congregational Federation of Australia

·                    Dutch Reformed Church

·                    Federation of Swiss Protestant Churches

·                    Free Reformed Churches of North America

·                    Heritage Reformed Congregations

·                    Netherlands Reformed Congregations

·                    Orthodox Christian Reformed Church

·                    Protestant Reformed Churches in America

·                    Reformed Church in America

·                    Reformed Church of France

·                    Reformed Church in Hungary

·                    Reformed Church in the United States

·                    United Reformed Church

·                    United Reformed Churches in North America

[edit] Presbyterianism

Main article: Presbyterianism

See also: Presbyterian polity

·                    Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church

·                    Bible Presbyterian Church

·                    Christ Community Church

·                    Church of Scotland

·                    Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches

·                    Cumberland Presbyterian Church

·                    Evangelical Presbyterian Church (United States)

·                    Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales

·                    Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Ukraine

·                    Evangelical Presbyterian Church (Australia)

·                    Evangelical Reformed Presbyterian Church

·                    Free Church of Scotland

·                    Free Church of Scotland (Continuing)

·                    Free Presbyterian Church (Australia)

·                    Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland

·                    Free Presbyterian Church of North America

·                    Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster

·                    Greek Evangelical Church

·                    Orthodox Presbyterian Church

·                    Presbyterian Church in America

·                    Presbyterian Church in Canada

·                    Presbyterian Church of India

·                    Presbyterian Church in Ireland

·                    Presbyterian Church in Taiwan

·                    Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand

·                    Presbyterian Church of Australia

·                    Presbyterian Church of Brazil

·                    Presbyterian Church of Eastern Australia

·                    Presbyterian Church of Korea

·                    Presbyterian Church of Pakistan

·                    Presbyterian Church of Wales (also a Methodist church)

·                    Presbyterian Church (USA)

·                    Presbyterian Reformed Church (Australia)

·                    Presbyterian Reformed Church (North America)

·                    Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly

·                    Reformed Presbyterian Church – Hanover Presbytery

·                    Reformed Presbyterian Church in the United States

·                    Reformed Presbyterian Church of Australia

·                    Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America

·                    Reformed Presbyterian Church of Scotland

·                    Southern Presbyterian Church (Australia)

·                    United Free Church of Scotland

·                    United Presbyterian Church of North America

·                    Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa

·                    United Presbyterian Church of Pakistan

·                    Upper Cumberland Presbyterian Church

·                    Westminster Presbyterian Church of Australia

·                    Westminster Presbyterian Church in the United States

[edit] Congregationalist Churches

Main article: Congregational Church

·                    Conservative Congregational Christian Conference

·                    English Independents (virtually extinct as a modern and distinct group)[citation needed]

o                               Congregational Federation

o                               Evangelical Fellowship of Congregational Churches

·                    Huguenots (virtually extinct as a modern and distinct group)

·                    National Association of Congregational Christian Churches

·                    United Congregational Church of Southern Africa

[edit] Anabaptists

Main article: Anabaptists

See also: Radical Reformation, Theology of Anabaptism, and Schwarzenau Brethren

 

For the latest open http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Christian_denominations

 

JehovahsWitnessesSplintergroupsAsOf2202012

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jehovah%27s_Witnesses_splinter_groups

 

http://search.alot.com/web?q=Nazareth%20and%20friends%20are%20a%20splinter%20group%20of%20Jehovah%27s%20Witnesess&src_id=30027&client_id=733b63de2cc8527d68bbb678&camp_id=-3&install_time=2011-12-13T08:58:27Z&pr=tbar&tb_version=1.0.12000%28G%29

 

nazarene-friends.org/ a splinter group of Johovah's Witnesses

nazarene-friends developed from of Johovah's Witnesses

 

Jehovah's Witnesses splinter groups

 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia External links

See also

 

References http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jehovah%27s_Witnesses_splinter_groups#cite_ref-2

1.                              ^ 1973 Yearbook of Jehovah's Witnesses, page 92, "The British Isles"

2.                              ^ a b Willis, Tony. A People for His Name: A History of Jehovah's Witnesses and an Evaluation. 2007. p. 268.

3.                              ^ Hesse, Hans (1998). Persecution and Resistance of Jehovah's Witnesses During the Nazi Regime, 1933-1945. New York, US: Berghahn Books. ISBN 3-86108-750-2.

4.                              ^ a b 2006 Yearbook of Jehovah's Witnesses, page 112-116.

5.                              ^ "The Association The True Faith Jehovah's Witnesses". Retrieved 3 September 2011.

6.                              ^ "The Theocratic Organisation of Jehovah's Witnesses". Retrieved 3 September 2011.

7.                              ^ "History of the decoding & Gordon's battle with FDS3". The Lords Witnesses. Retrieved 5 May 2009.

8.                              ^ "The cock always crows twice". The True Bible Code. Retrieved 5 May 2009.

9.                              ^ Official web site of Lord's Witnesses, Retrieved 2009-05-05

10.                          ^ "Watching the Ministry". Retrieved 3 September 2011.

11.                          ^ http://www.elihubooks.com/data/in_medios/000/000/002/Worth_Another_Look_REVISED.pdf

12.                          ^ http://elihubooks.com/images/CWJ_homepage_final.jpg

13.                          ^ http://www.elihubooks.com/data/lampstand/000/000/007/Why_interested_in_JWs_REVISED.pdf

14.                          ^ http://www.elihubooks.com/data/in_medios/000/000/015/Christian_Witnesses_of_Jah_REVISED.pdf

[edit]External links

·                    Pastor-Russell.com

·                    Dawn Bible Students Association

·                    Chicago Bible Students

·                    Bible Student Ministries

·                    The Bible Standard magazine

·                    Christian Millennial Fellowship

·                    Friends of the Nazarene

·                    Pastoral Bible Institute

·                    The True Faith Jehovah's Witnesses Association

·                     Jehovah's Witnesses

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