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Denominations Comparison

Denominations Comparison Pamphlet

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Denominations Comparison Pamphlet
Product Code: 440X   ISBN: 9781890947354
Price:  $3.99

The best-selling Denominations Comparison pamphlet contains a side-by-side comparison of what 12 Christian denominations believe about God, the Trinity, Jesus, and other spiritual issues. This easy-to-read pamphlet summarizes the beliefs of the different denominations on key topics and includes a "Family Tree of Denominations" which reveals the roots of today's denominations. Denominations Comparison includes a look at: Catholic, Orthodox, Lutheran, Anglican, Presbyterian, Methodist, Anabaptist, Congregational, Baptist, Presbyterian, Churches of Christ, Adventist, and Pentecostal churches.
12 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 33 inches long
Reformation Time Line Pamphlet

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Reformation Time Line Pamphlet
Product Code: 353X   ISBN: 9781596360938
Price:  $3.99

The Reformation Time Line pamphlet tells the dramatic events that led to the formation of Protestantism. The time line presents key people and events and will give you interesting insights into the rise of Protestantism, and the influence of people such as Martin Luther, John Calvin, William Tyndale, and King James. Learn why they wanted to reform the church of their day. See 400 years of church history alongside the colorful politics of King Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth, and others.
12 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 33" long.
Free Will vs. Predestination Pamphlet

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Free Will vs. Predestination Pamphlet
Product Code: 113X   ISBN: 9781596364783
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Free Will vs. Predestination Comparison
Do people have free will or does God predestine them to be saved? If God elects us, is there any reason to spread the Gospel? Can a person lose his salvation?