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Un-Denominational

A look at the early church in the Bible. I reccomend the book "Undenominational Christianity" by J. N. Armstrong, available from Resource Publications (Searcy, AR). It was originally published in 1913 and has recently been re-released. (Or, if you wish, you can contact me and I will send you a free copy.)
In Acts 2, the early Christians were added to the church by the Lord. Which denomination was this church?
None, no denominational division existed then
One of the denominations that still exists today.
A denomination that no longer exists
I don't know.
This chapter said these early Christians were together, had all things in common,and continued in the same doctrine. Does this decribe the modern denominational world?
Yes
No
In 1 Corinthians 1:10, Paul pleaded with the early Christians to "all speak the same thing", "have no divisions", and "be perfectly joined together". Does this describe the modern denominational world?
Yes
No
In 1 Corinthians 3, Paul said these early christians were carnal (worldly)and not spiritual because they had divisions and divided themselves by different names. Does the modern denominational world divide themselves by various names and is there divisions?
Yes
No
Are such divisions spiritual or worldly?
Spiritual
Worldly
In John 17, Jesus prayed that those who follow him would be "one", as he and the Father are one. How many divisions are there between Jesus and the Father?
None
Some
Many
Does the modern denominational world match the pattern Jesus prayed for and Paul pleaded for?
Yes
No
Galatians 5 says that "divisions" ("dissensions") are a "work of the flesh" and not a "fruit of the spirit". Are the divisions modern denominationalism creates pleasing to God?
Yes
No
I don't know
This poll was created on 2004-08-17 01:38:01 by Bama_JLD