The Difference in denominations
If my truth says that your truth is a lie is your truth still true? This question has been asked since the beginning of time especially when it comes to religion. In this day and age there are so many type of religion, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and whatever Tom Cruise claims he is, but our focus will be on Christianity. When it comes to Christianity here in America, there are the big 3; Roman Catholics Church, Baptist Church, and Pentecostal Church. Today we shall take a deeper look into each denomination and find out what make each one unique in its own way.
To begin with, the first difference between the Catholic and both Baptist and Pentecostal churches is, in the Catholic Church, Communion is usually offered at every mass while Baptists and Pentecostal churches rarely take communion. When they do, it’s only on special occasions, such as for Christmas or Easter. At some churches it is taken every few months, or quarterly. Roman Catholic Mass last less than 1/2 hour in length Baptist services are usually 1 to 1-1/2 hours in length. Catholics believe if you are baptized you go to purgatory then to heaven. Catholics also believe in prayer to Mary and the Saints. They believe the Mary intercedes for them. They believe in pray with a rosary and other prayer objects. Catholics believe in the Roman Catholic Bible and the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church and of the Pope Catholics believe in the mediation of Roman Catholic priests. What separates them from all other denomination is their cross still has Jesus on it whereas the other denomination doesn’t.
Pentecostals try to follow the bible. So in a Pentecostal Church you would find that the women would have long hair, no makeup or jewelry and were long skirts. The men would have on a suite and have short hair with no jewelry also. A lot of time in many other Christian churches they don't really mind what you were. Also They way that Pentecostals...
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