When was Church of God founded?
CHURCH OF GOD MISSION INTERNATIONAL (Religious Movement)
The Church of God Mission International was founded in Nigeria by Benson Idahosa (193898) in 1972.
Where did Church of God come from?
The (Original) Church of God is a Holiness Pentecostal Christian denomination located mostly in the Southeastern United States. Its origins can be traced to a small meeting of Christians at the Barney Creek Meeting House in Monroe County, Tennessee in 1886.
Is Church of God and Pentecostal the same?
The Church of God is the name of a denomination that is Pentecostal in belief and practice. However, not all Pentecostal churches belong to the Church of God denomination. One of the primary ways the Church of God is different than other Pentecostal churches is that it believes in the doctrine of perfectionism.
What is the difference between Assemblies of God and Church of God?
Assemblies of God (AG) is Protestant. It believes that salvation is by grace through faith in Christ alone, and not according to works. Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee) (CGCT) is Protestant. It believes that salvation is by grace through faith in Christ alone, and not according to works.
What is the difference between Church of God and Baptist?
However, in general, the Church of God tends to be more conservative, lashing out against homosexuals, adultery and other sexual crimes. Baptists tend to be more conservative than other denominations as well, but they typically focus more on the social gospel and family values.