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Not all Non-subscribing Presbyterian Ministers keep a close contact with the Unitarians nor are identified as such. There is no such shared common roster with the ministers of the British General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches and Non-subscribing Presbyterian Ministers and only a few have study at GAUFCC ministerial colleges.
Some items that need to be addressed include:
definitions – common roster or shared common roster is an inside term and needs to be explained or reworded
significance – if this information is essential for the article, explain why
sources – disputed statements beg for sources. For example, who says "NSPCI students study at …" or "only a few have studied…"
I am going to remove the link to "Remonstrant" in the phrase "Remonstrant Synod of Ulster". The link goes to an article about the Dutch Remonstrants, but the Ulster ones are not mentioned there nor were they Dutch. I am not sure whether what is needed is a red link to an article about the Remonstrant Synod of Ulster or a blue link to Remonstrant; I don't know enough about the Ulster synod's theology to know if that would be appropriate. But clearly the current link is misleading and not informative on the (Irish) topic. --Haruo (talk) 15:36, 16 April 2016 (UTC)