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Christian denominations are different groups of Christians, believing in different interpretation of beliefs, different sets of rules and practices.

There are various denominations of Christianity. The four main ones are Orthodox Christianity, Catholicism, Protestantism and Restorationism.

Orthodox ChristianityEdit

This includes the Eastern Orthodox, which like Catholics and Protestants accept the hypostatic union as outlined in the Chalcedonian Creed. Nonchalcedonian forms of Orthodox Christianity include the Oriental Orthodox and the Assyrian Church of the East.

Catholicism Edit

Within Catholicism are Eastern Rite, and the Roman Catholic Church (including the Latin Rite).

Protestantism Edit

Protestants, as a group, are people who don't accept many Catholic doctrines and believe in the need to reform Christianity. This is why the time Protestantism emerged was called the Protestant Reformation.

There are several denominations of Protestants, including Lutherans, Methodists and Baptists.

Restorationism Edit

Restorationists are people who believe that mainstream Christianity has gone into apostasy and believe that it should be, will be, is being or has been restored to it's original state at some point. Restorationist denominations include Latter Day Saints, Jehovah's Witnesses and Seventh-day Adventists.

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