“In the Encyclopedia of American Religions (5th edition, 1996), J. Gordon Melton lists ten different “families” of Protestants, some of which have many sub-families as well. When Melton counted the number of individual Christian communions, he found that there were 19 separate Presbyterian denominations, 32 Lutheran, 36 Methodist, 37 Episcopal or Anglican, 60 Baptist, and 241 Pentecostal.”¹
1996 was a long time ago. I can’t imagine the number of Protestant “families” has gone done since then. In all likelihood, it has escalated. And that kind of information only makes me sadder.
What kind of Bride is Christ hoping for?
What kind of Church does he think he is going to have when he returns? Continue reading “Jesus Doesn’t Want A Bride Like This”