Category:Christian denominational families

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This category contains articles about Christian denominational families, also known as branches of Christianity, (as opposed to listing individual denominations).

  • Denominational families (or movements) are groupings of communities, denominations, or churches within Christianity that share common naming, historical ties, and similar doctrines and practices. These denominational families lack a full-time central leadership.
  • Christian denominations do have a particular central leadership.
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Christian denominational families according to branch theory


Protestantism
Restoration Movement
Anabaptism
Calvinism
Anglicanism
Lutheranism
(Latin Church)
Catholic Church
(Eastern Catholic churches)
Eastern Orthodoxy
Oriental Orthodoxy
Assyrian Church
Reformation
(16th century)
Great Schism
(11th century)
Council of Ephesus 431
Council of Chalcedon 451
Early Christianity
Union

Not all aspects of Christianity are illustrated.


Subcategories

This category has the following 11 subcategories, out of 11 total.

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