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Christian sects
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-- See Sects
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-- See Also Anglican Communion
Here are entered works on Anglican denominations treated collectively and works for which the individual Anglican denomination cannot be identified. Works on individual Anglican denominations are entered under the name of the denomination.
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-- See Also Christadelphians
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-- See Also Christian heresies
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-- See Also Christian Science
Here are entered works on Christian Science congregations treated collectively.
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-- See Also Churches of Christ
Here are entered works on a movement of autonomous local congregations stemming from the Restoration movement of Thomas and Alexander Campbell and Barton Stone, located primarily in the Southern and Southwestern United States, and without national or regional headquarters.
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-- See Also Congregational churches
Here are entered works on Congregational denominations and associations treated collectively and works for which the individual Congregational denomination or association cannot be identified. Works on individual Congregational denominations or associations are entered under the name of the denomination or association.
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-- See Also Eastern churches
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-- See Also Ecumenical movement
Here are entered works on a movement for the purpose of church cooperation and unity, generally dated from the Edinburgh Missionary Conference of 1910 and leading to the formation of the World Council of Churches in 1948. Works on prospective and actual mergers within and across denominational lines are entered under Christian union. Works on unity as one of the "marks" of the church are entered under Church--Unity. Works on religious activities planned and conducted cooperatively by two or more Christian sects are entered under Interdenominational cooperation.
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-- See Also Fundamentalist churches
Here are entered works on Protestant churches of the fundamentalist type and on fundamentalist congregations for which a particular denomination cannot be identified. Works on the modern Protestant movement originating in early 20th century America opposed to religious liberalism, modernism, and evolutionism and stressing the "Fundamentals" of Biblical inerrancy, literal interpretation, the divinity of Christ, his Virgin Birth, the substitutionary Atonement, and his physical Resurrection and Second Coming are entered under Fundamentalism. Works on religious groups opposed to modernity and secularism and seeking a revival of orthodox or conservative religious beliefs and practices by fostering growth of religious fervor in the populace and by curtailing or eradicating the influence of felt alien values are entered under Religious fundamentalism.
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-- See Also Harmonists
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-- See Also Hutterian Brethren
Here are entered works on the Hutterite communities originating in the Anabaptist movement of the 16th century. Works on the communal movement founded by Eberhard Arnold in the early 20th century, known as the Bruderhof, Society of Brothers, or Hutterian Brethren are entered under Bruderhof Communities.
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-- See Also Interdenominational cooperation
Here are entered works on religious activities planned and conducted cooperatively by two or more Christian sects. Works on prospective and actual mergers within and across denominational lines are entered under Christian union. Works on a movement for the purpose of church cooperation and unity, generally dated from the Edinburgh Missionary Conference of 1910 and leading to the formation of the World Council of Churches in 1948, are entered under Ecumenical movement. Works on unity as one of the "marks" of the church are entered under Church--Unity.
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-- See Also Jansenists
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-- See Also Jehovah's Witnesses
Here are entered works on the movement known as Jehovah's Witnesses and works on followers of this movement as a class of persons.
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-- See Also Lutheran Church
Here are entered works on Lutheran denominations treated collectively and works for which the individual Lutheran denomination cannot be identified. Works on individual Lutheran denominations are entered under the name of the denomination.
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-- See Also Mennonites
Here are entered works on Mennonite denominations treated collectively, works for which the individual Mennonite denomination cannot be identified, and works on Mennonites as a class of persons. Works on individual Mennonite denominations are entered under the name of the denomination.
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-- See Also Methodist Church
Here are entered works on Methodist denominations treated collectively and works for which the individual Methodist denomination cannot be identified. Works on individual Methodist denominations are entered under the name of the denomination.
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-- See Also Mormon Church
Here are entered works on Mormon denominations treated collectively and works for which the individual Mormon denomination cannot be identified. Works on individual Mormon denominations are entered under the name of the denomination.
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-- See Also Old Believers
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-- See Also Old Order Mennonites
Here are entered works on those Mennonites who especially emphasize a strict adherence to the Anabaptist inheritance in doctrine and worship, and who strongly resist assimilation and acculturation, especially in the areas of traditional dress, modes of transportation, and language.
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-- See Also Plain People
Here are entered works on religious groups, comprising the Amish, Mennonites, Hutterites, Quakers, Brethren, Brethren in Christ, who traditionally have worn plain clothes, adhered to old customs, and practiced a simple way of life as a means of being obedient to the biblical injunction not to be conformed to this world.
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-- See Also Plymouth Brethren
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-- See Also Presbyterian Church
Here are entered works on Presbyterian denominations treated collectively and works for which the individual Presbyterian denomination cannot be identified. Works on individual Presbyterian denominations are entered under the name of the denomination.
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-- See Also Protestant churches
Here are entered works on Protestant denominations treated collectively. Works on Protestant church buildings are entered under Protestant church buildings.

--names of Protestant denominations and subdivision Protestant churches under specific subjects
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-- See Also Sabbatarians
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-- See Also Society of Friends
Here are entered works on the Society of Friends as a religious denomination. Works on the persons belonging to the Society of Friends are entered under Quakers.
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-- See Also United churches
Here are entered works on Christian sects resulting from the union of two or more Christian sects of different denominational backgrounds. Works on individual Christian sects resulting from such unions are entered under the name of the sect.
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