Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly

Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly

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Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly

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The Reformed Presbyterian Church General Assembly is a conservative Presbyterian denomination in the United States. It was founded in 1991 by members of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in the Americas. It admits only men into church office and holds to Young Earth creationism. It forbids the "teaching or practice" of: Charismaticism, Dispensationalism, Arminianism, Altar Calls, Abortion, Homosexuality, Freemasonry, Neo-Orthodoxy, Modernism, Humanism, Feminism, Evolution, Roman Catholicism, and Liberalism.

History and heritage

American Presbyterian history

The First American Presbytery was formed in Philadelphia in 1706, and in 1716 it became the Synod of Philadelphia. In 1729, the Synod of Philadelphia adopted the Westminster Confession and the Larger and Shorter Catechisms as its confession of faith. In 1788, the Synod adopted the official name of "The Presbyterian Church in the United States of America" and held its first meeting in 1789. In 1857, the New School movement became divided over the issue of slavery and formed the United Synod of the Presbyterian Church. In 1861, the Old School movement of the South withdrew from the national church and formed the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America, a continuing church of the former body. Near the end of the American Civil War, the Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America and a few smaller synods formed the Presbyterian Church in the United......
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