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Free Church

Chiefly Brit
a. any Protestant Church, esp the Presbyterian, other than the Established Church
b. (as modifier): Free-Church attitudes
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The (Evangelical Free Church of America Crisis Response) coordinatorsE attitudes and abilities were strongly focused on serving.
He fought for the reputation of the Free Church in the House of Commons, defending the Free Church of Scotland against all of the penalties that had been directed against it.
The Free Church spokesman continued: "We believe that once the legislation is passed the issues and complications will not go away.
In Yarnell's free church view of doctrinal development (chapter 5) and of church history (chapter 6), several themes appear.
The magazine of the the Free Church of Scotland called on its readers to dispel the notion that its churchgoers are characterised by "doom, gloom and joylessness".
His funeral was held at Duirinish Free Church of Scotland at Dunvegan, with burial later at the old church at Kilmuir.
Furthermore, twenty-first-century Protestant Free Church Christians have no such document of their own to express either our common vocation or our shared understanding of social justice and its implications for the ministry and life of the church.
Nicholas of the Russian Orthodox Church, the Roman Catholic Church, and the Way Free Church.
At the event, held at the First Evangelical Free Church in nearby Manchester, Mo.
ENI)--Norway's 21,000-member Evangelical Lutheran Free Church has appointed its first woman pastor.
Williams of Baylor University has invited several academicians of the Free Church persuasion to restate, from their perspective, the relationship of their heritage to the church of the first centuries.
The Free Church and the Early Church is a collection of essays by Free Church patristic scholars who in a variety of ways illustrate and extend the arguments of Retrieving the Tradition.