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PRESBYTERIAN BOARD
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PRESBYTERIAN GOVERNANCE
AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN MISSION
WEBSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
LOCAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
INDEPENDENT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
MYUNGSUNG PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES WORLDWIDE
BEL AIR PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
BIGGEST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
PRESBYTERIAN PARENTS
PRESBYTERIAN MODEL
PRESBYTERIAN DENOMINATION
PRESBYTERIAN CONGREGATIONS
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
FREE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES
AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN MISSIONARY
PRESBYTERIAN MISSIONARIES
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
ORTHODOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH USA
EVANGELICAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
PRESBYTERIAN SYSTEM
PRESBYTERIAN POLITY
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHES
CANADA
WORSHIP
BIBLE
ZEALAND
FAITH
TWENTIETH CENTURY
OFFICERS
METHODIST CHURCHES
CIVIL WAR
UNION
ORTHODOX
HUSBAND
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Presbyterian"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Presbyterian is originally a Scotish Calvinist denomination.
  2. The Presbyterian, the Independent, and the Baptist had no scruple about the Oath of Supremacy.

Christian

  1. Less than two percent of the people there were Christian when Henry Appenzeller, a Methodist, and Horace Underwood, a Presbyterian, reached the country.

English Presbyterians

  1. The English Presbyterians were never numerous after Oliver Cromwell's time; in 1876 various branches united to form the Presbyterian Church of England.

Presbyterian Forebears

  1. Henry Norris Russell lived in two universes: that of his Presbyterian forebears and that of his science.

Presbyterian Board

  1. The Presbyterian Board of America transferred two of their missionaries from Singapore to China, in 1843.

Presbyterian Clergyman

  1. Noble Huston, an early 1900s, Presbyterian clergyman from County Down, Ireland, is credited with saving the Irish Red and White Setter from extinction.

Larger Presbyterian Family

  1. Even before Presbyterianism spread with immigrants abroad from Scotland, there were divisions in the larger Presbyterian family.

Presbyterian Governance

  1. Presbyterian governance of a church is typified by the rule of assemblies of presbyters, or elders.

American Presbyterian Mission

  1. Upon his graduation in 1844, Culbertson was ordained by the Presbyterian Church and was sent as a missionary to China by the American Presbyterian Mission.

Webster Presbyterian Church

  1. Buzz Aldrin was an elder at Webster Presbyterian Church in Webster, TX. His communion kit was prepared by the pastor of the church, the Rev.

Second Presbyterian Church

  1. First becoming a minister in Lawrenceburg (1837-39) he was then pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana (1839-47).

Reformed Presbyterian Church

  1. Joined by Scottish Covenanters seeking a new life in America, these settlers were the founding members of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in America.
  2. The Reformed Presbyterian Church of Ireland, today's Covenanters, continue to uphold these principles and is a covenanted church in the 21st Century.

Local Presbyterian Church

  1. Within Scotland the term Kirk is usually used to refer to a local Presbyterian church.

Independent Presbyterian Church

  1. Dissident movements of a Pentecostal nature were a source of tensions in both the Presbyterian Church and the Independent Presbyterian Church.

Myungsung Presbyterian Church

  1. In South Korea, a congregation in Seoul, Myungsung Presbyterian Church, claims to be the largest Presbyterian Church in the world.

Presbyterian Churches Worldwide

  1. The Scottish Reformation decisively shaped the Church of Scotland[4] and, through it, all other Presbyterian churches worldwide.

Bel Air Presbyterian Church

  1. Many members of Bel Air Presbyterian Church are involved in the entertainment industry.

Biggest Presbyterian Church

  1. The biggest Presbyterian church is the Presbyterian Church of Brazil (Igreja Presbiteriana do Brasil [1]), which has around 750 thousand members.

Presbyterian Parents

  1. The son of Presbyterian parents, he became an Anglican while studying at the University of Oxford.
  2. Join More Light Presbyterians, the national LGBT Equality Network for a panel conversation led by Presbyterian parents with LGBT children.

Presbyterian Model

  1. Edward VII's ultimate goal was to create a schismatic church in France on the Anglican or Presbyterian model, wrote Flourens.

Presbyterian Denomination

  1. The Presbyterian denomination throughout the world, exclusive of the Reformed churches, numbers over 5,000,000 communicants.

Presbyterian Congregations

  1. A large number of Presbyterian congregations, however, remain outside the union.

First Presbyterian

  1. Thomas Cartwright is thought to be the first Presbyterian in England.

Free Presbyterian Church

  1. The Associated Presbyterian Church of Scotland is a very small church which was formed in 1989 as a split from the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland.

Congregational Churches

  1. In Congregational churches, he is subordinate to the pastor, and has duties as in the Presbyterian church.

American Presbyterian Missionary

  1. It was established by an American Presbyterian missionary named Daniel Lindley, who was the first ordained minister to the Voortrekkers in Natal.

Presbyterian Missionaries

  1. During these prayers a mighty wave of weeping and prayer swept over the Methodist and Presbyterian missionaries and the Korean men who were present.

United Presbyterian Church

  1. In 1906, the university, along with many Cumberland Presbyterian churches, affiliated with the United Presbyterian Church in the United States of America.
  2. The century saw the formation of additional denominations, such as the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and the United Presbyterian Church of North America.
  3. Presbyterian Mission in the area was started in 1854 by the United Presbyterian Church of North America.

Orthodox Presbyterian Church

  1. As a minister of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC), I am bound to the Confessions (creeds) of my church.

Presbyterian Church Usa

  1. He was ordained to the ministry of the Presbyterian Church USA in 1939.
  2. That's what has happened to the Methodists and the Presbyterian Church USA and some other major denominations.

Evangelical Presbyterian Church

  1. The Evangelical Presbyterian Church has nine congregations, most of them in England.
  2. The Evangelical Presbyterian Church is a small denomination with 18 churches spread across Australia.
  3. The Rev S Watson is a pastor with the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (strong creationist tendencies).

Presbyterian System

  1. Although created in England, the presbyterian system was essentially stillborn in its native land long before the Church of England was restored in 1660.

Presbyterian Polity

  1. In Geneva, he met John Calvin, from whom he gained experience and knowledge of Reformed theology and Presbyterian polity.

First Presbyterian Church

  1. The first Presbyterian church, the Church of Scotland, was founded as a result.
  2. Dr. Douglas Harper, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Huntsville, is, I understand, a very active alumnus of Sigma Chi.

Presbyterian Churches

  1. Some Presbyterian Churches, such as the Free Church of Scotland, have no such ' conscience clause'.
  2. There are Presbyterian churches organized by British and American missionaries in various parts of Asia, Africa, Mexico, S. America, and the West Indies.
  3. Evangelical Reformed Church of Zurich, Reformed Church of Berne) the synod corresponds to the general assembly of Presbyterian churches.

Canada

  1. In Canada, the Methodist Church merged with the Presbyterian Church and a number of other groups to form the United Church of Canada.

Worship

  1. At present, the Presbyterian Church of Wales has around 32,000 members who worship in around 700 churches.
  2. All consistent Reformed and Presbyterian churches profess what is called "regulative principle" concerning the worship of God.

Bible

  1. So the Presbyterian Church, USA will call the Bible an "authoritative" record of God's word, but not an "inerrant" one [3].
  2. He was the son of a Presbyterian minister and a daily reader of the Bible.

Zealand

  1. Lloyd Geering, a minister and professor in the Presbyterian Church in New Zealand, was tried for heresy in 1967.
  2. The two churches merged in 1901, forming what is now the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand.

Faith

  1. Jedi training in the Presbyterian faith under Britney Spears (an anagram of Presbyterians) is a strenuous and ancient ritual.
  2. Unexpectedly to myself they asked me if I received the Confession of faith of the Presbyterian church.
  3. He obtained his license to preach as a Presbyterian minister by professing adherence to the Westminster Confession of Faith.

Twentieth Century

  1. In the early twentieth century, the main Evangelical Protestant denominations in Canada were the Presbyterian, Methodist and Congregational churches.
  2. By the twentieth century, Reformed witness in the Presbyterian churches, Baptist churches, and other churches in Canada had considerably weakened.

Officers

  1. Presbyterian polity or Synodal government - rule by assemblies of ordained officers.
  2. The Evangelical Presbyterian Church is a denomination that affirms the congregational freedom to elect officers without restriction or quota.
  3. The Standards of the creeds and confession are binding for officers of presbyterian congregations.

Methodist Churches

  1. Through the years additional denominations formed, including: Presbyterian, Baptist and Methodist churches.

Civil War

  1. A Presbyterian clergyman, Lyman Beecher (1775-1863) was one of the outstanding American preachers and revivalists before the Civil War.

Union

  1. United Reformed Church in the United Kingdom is the result of the union of Presbyterian and Congregational churches.
  2. Its successor is the United Reformed Church (a union of the Congregational Church in England and Wales and the Presbyterian Church of England in 1972.
  3. Presbyterian church government was guaranteed by the Act of Union in 1707.

Orthodox

  1. Inviting the Orthodox from around the corner is likely to get you a *former* Presbyterian, Episcopalian or what have you.

Husband

  1. Mary Todd Lincoln was a Presbyterian, but her husband was never a church member.
  2. Senator Lorna Milne flew with her husband from Ottawa to attend the meeting at Grace Presbyterian Church.

Categories

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  2. Christianity > Christians > Protestants > Presbyterians
  3. World > Countries > United Kingdom > Scotland
  4. Reformed
  5. Methodist

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