Answer by -Eilish- at 11:09 AM on May. 25, 2011
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Answer by soyousay at 11:16 PM on May. 24, 2011
i don't think so..you'll find evangelicals in various denominations; even some protestant/catholic congregations. a local church body may hold basic tenets/theology of one denomination, but the worshipers may be more 'active' than their traditional fellow denomination congregation. kwim? the local church body sets the overall tone, no matter what principal or 'truths' they hold or follow. i've seen very staunch, traditional episcopalian congregations, and i've been in a few really loose..more evangelical..too. more free, and spirited, if you will. less by-the-book..oh they still use The Book of Common Prayer (as do other denoms, or their versions of it)..just without the robes/vestments/various accoutrements of traditional worship services.
personally, i find most non-denominational services to be more 'pentecostal'..lots of singing, dancing..action!
Answer by dullscissors at 11:34 PM on May. 24, 2011
I've always thought of it as a separate denomination, there is nothing wrong with that. If they preach a literal translation of the Bible it is a Protestant denomination if not it is closer to a Catholic denomination.
Answer by RyansMom001 at 7:46 AM on May. 25, 2011
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