Intercontinental Church of God

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Intercontinental Church of God
Classification Armstrongism, Restorationist
Region International
Founder Garner Ted Armstrong
Origin 1998
Tyler, Texas
Separated from Church of God International

The Intercontinental Church of God (ICG) is a seventh-day Sabbatarian Christian church currently headquartered in Tyler, Texas, USA, which was founded by Garner Ted Armstrong (1930-2003) in 1998.[1]

ICG produces a television program and has congregations in the United States, Canada and Australia. "Intercontinental Church of God. GTA Tape Library.". North Sydney. Retrieved 28 April 2011. 


Intercontinental Church of God is a splinter group of the Worldwide Church of God, whose founder was evangelist Garner Ted Armstrong's father, evangelist Herbert W. Armstrong.[2]

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  1. ^ Garner Ted Armstrong, 73; TV Evangelist Formed Own Church After Break With Father - Los Angeles Times/September 16, 2003 - By Myrna Oliver - Obituaries
  2. ^ Church Statement of Beliefs


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