When people think of the Christian faith, the first thing that comes to mind is Jesus.
But for those who grew up believing the Bible was the word of God, that was a mistake.
Christianity is not the only religion, and not the most important one.
And when we look at the Christian community today, it’s no surprise that people of faith have been divided into two camps.
The first camp, the Evangelical Protestants, grew out of the first century and began to develop in the 19th century.
It was the largest Christian denomination in the United States at the time, and the second camp, that of Reformers, started in the 20th century and became a more mainstream branch of Christianity after the end of the Civil War.
While these two movements are very different in their views and beliefs, there are some commonalities.
In the Reformers movement, people believe that Jesus Christ is the only true and living God, and that all other religions are false.
Reformers believe that the Bible is the word and testimony of God for the people of God.
It’s the only source of truth that exists.
The Reformers have a strict, literal reading of the Bible.
The Evangelical Protestant, on the other hand, has a broader view.
The evangelist believes that the Christian Bible is full of contradictions and errors.
The reformers Bible is filled with the truth about God, the world, and humankind.
This is what makes the Reformer’s and Evangelical’s theology so different.
The idea that all of these different groups believe the same things is a good thing.
The fact that they believe the Bible differently doesn’t mean that they can’t be in harmony.
If you’ve ever wondered why you’re the way you are, it comes down to a few things.
You’ve got your heart, you’ve got the Bible, you have your values, and you’ve gotta have the right beliefs.
You can’t always get what you want and need from the Bible just because it says it’s true.
So it makes sense that people in the Evangelicals camp believe that we should be guided by the Bible more than by any other source of information.
They believe that God has revealed the truth to us through the Bible and that we must obey it, because it’s God’s Word.
They are, by far, the largest evangelical denomination in America.
The Rev. David Wallace is a minister and a Christian apologist.
He is the founder and president of New Advent, the worldwide network of evangelical churches.
The views expressed in this commentary are the author’s own.