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Covenant Presbyterian Church

 

Covenant Presbyterian Church

Covenant Presbyterian Church
Classification Protestant
Orientation Calvinist
Theology Presbyterian
Origin 2006
Separated from Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly
Congregations 17[1]

The Covenant Presbyterian Church (CPC) is a Presbyterian denomination with 17 member churches in the US.[2]

Their distinctive beliefs include Young Earth Creationism, the inerrancy of the Bible, family integrated church and the promotion of homeschooling and Christian schools.[3] They are known for permitting the practice of paedocommunion with approval of a local church's session.[4]

The church is Reformed in theology, and postmillennial eschatology. it subscribes the Westminster Confession, the Westminster Larger Catechism and Westminster Shorter Catechism[5] and the Nicene Creed.[6]

References

  1. ^ www.covenant-presbyterian.org/churches/
  2. ^ "Covenant Presbyterian Church - Churches". 
  3. ^ "Covenant Presbyterian Church Distinctives". 
  4. ^ "Paedocommunion Church Listing". 
  5. ^ www.covenant-presbyterian.org/standards/
  6. ^ http://foothillschristianassembly.org/About.html

External links

  • Covenant Presbyterian Church, the official web site
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