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Aaron McNeal4 Stars Out Of 5January 30, 2010Aaron McNealGood chart for a quick comparison, Not for in-depth, but it will get you on track quickly. Overall good and worth the money.
Randolph Rash4 Stars Out Of 5January 20, 2010Randolph RashThe chart should show the Episcopal Church (US) as a separate denomination from Anglicans so as not to confuse any new Christians that may be unaware of the Episcopal Church's recent move away from Christianity.
Liz Dueck3 Stars Out Of 5August 27, 2009Liz DueckThis chart is ok, but many of them said the same thing in different words, really. I did like the history on the back, which denomination broke off from which denomination. I would have liked a few more comparisons too, like whether or not the denomination officially supports a 6-day creation or the man-made theory of evolution. Also, feelings toward homosexuality, abortion, and other controvercial topics, since these play a large part in my decision-making when I look for a new church family after moving to a new community.
Research Fanatic5 Stars Out Of 5March 25, 2008Research FanaticFantastic chart shows the difference between -- Baptist - Churches of Christ- Anabaptist - Orthodox- Presbyterian - Anglican- Lutheran - Congregational- Adventist - Pentecostal- Roman Catholic - MethodistWhat do they believe about God, the Trinity, Jesus, the Scriptures, Baptism, the Lord's Supper, and salvation? This easy-to-understand chart has brief, concise answers. All of these 12 groups believe in the deity of Christ and the importance of Scripture, so what makes them different? The information is taken from official publications by each denomination, the denomination's website, and directories. On the back of the wall chart is a family tree of denominations that shows that many are related and when they were founded. Wall chart size: 19" x 26", printed on heavy chart paper.
Mason Oehler4 Stars Out Of 5September 10, 2007Mason OehlerThis is a great addition to my study materials, and helps with delineation and information.