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Thread: Chart of the History of Denominations?

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    Chart of the History of Denominations?

    I saw a chart a while ago in Modern Reformation that showed the history of denominations and where splits occurred and where modern denominations came from.

    Does anyone know what issue it might have been in, or if there is a similar chart online? It was fairly extensive/detailed.

    Thanks,
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    Brandon
    attending Glencullen Baptist Church (LBC 1689)
    Portland, OR
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    Brandon,

    The Presbyterian Historical Society has one on Presbyterians:

    PHS - Presbyterian Denomination "Family tree"

    I do not know if that is the one you are referencing.

    Regards.
    William
    Christ Covenant Church, Member
    Matthews, NC

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    Quote Originally Posted by wfl3 View Post
    Brandon,

    The Presbyterian Historical Society has one on Presbyterians:

    PHS - Presbyterian Denomination "Family tree"

    I do not know if that is the one you are referencing.

    Regards.
    Nice family tree of the Presbyterian Church....I see that it is a family Tree of the PCUSA. Now maybe someone should make a Family Tree of the history of the Heresies that are currently in the PCUSA church.
    Roy
    PCA
    Orlando, Florida

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    Thanks William. I guess the one I saw wasn't quite as detailed as that.
    _______
    Brandon
    attending Glencullen Baptist Church (LBC 1689)
    Portland, OR
    http://contrast2.wordpress.com

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    Nice family tree of the Presbyterian Church....I see that it is a family Tree of the PCUSA. Now maybe someone should make a Family Tree of the history of the Heresies that are currently in the PCUSA church.[/QUOTE]


    Roy.....it would need to be a multi-volume work.
    "Be killing sin or it will be killing you."--John Owen

    Tim Goerz
    Currently serving in Kandahar, Afghanistan
    Weatherford Presbyterian(PCA)
    Alvord, Texas

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