Disciples of Christ

  1. a Protestant church that accepts the Bible as the only source of true Christian faith and practices baptism by immersion
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  • His father was Catholic; his mother was a member of the Disciples of Christ and Reagan was raised in the denomination. Gerald Ford, 93
  • Warner Brothers Records is eying a deal with the Gospel Gangstas, and funk bassist Bootsy Collins worked on the latest album by the Disciples of Christ. Rhymes Of Redemption
  • In a move that drew scant attention -- unlike the selection of Rick Warren to give the inaugural invocation -- Barack Obama has chosed Sharon Watkins, head of the Christian Church Disciples of Christ, to deliver the sermon at a national prayer service the day after the inauguration. RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com
  • Obama picks Disciples of Christ leader to preside at national prayer service RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com
  • A number of the principles have roots in ecumenical agreements that date back more than 50 years, noted Dr. Kinnamon, a Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) minister and professor at Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Mo. The Rev. Chuck Currie:
  • Peter and John were followers of the Baptist and both became disciples of Christ.
  • Part of the Disciples of Christ (Christian Church), its nonritualistic, low-church worship resembles the UCC's. Where Will the Obamas Worship?
  • This past weekend, Swenson and her peers gathered in the hills of Berkeley, Calif., for the first National Transgender Religious Summit at the Pacific School of Religion, an ecumenical seminary that prepares students for ordination in the United Church of Christ, the United Methodist Church and the Disciples of Christ. Gender And The Pulpit
  • So she took us to a nearby church, Disciples of Christ, because, I think, it was nearby. Archive 2006-02-01
  • Thirdly: The religious rites and usages that prevailed amongst the early disciples of Christianity were such as belonged to, and sprung out of, the narrative now in our hands; which accordancy shows, that it was the narrative upon which these persons acted, and which they had received from their teachers. Evidence of Christianity
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