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By the 1740s, however, a more undenominational Protestant self-understanding managed to avoid further impasse by emphasizing biblical authority, experiential, individual conversion, and in some places, orchestrating a series of international revivals that in the long run had a deeper impact outside of Europe than within its geographic boundaries.
Our work is undenominational in character," Jones wrote in 1931.
Although organized and run by the American Presbyterian Church, the mission was considered to be practically undenominational (57) Massey focused his attention on visiting and attempting to bring to Jesus those families "who may be said to belong to the neglected classes, many of whom never enter our city churches.
This was usually "an uninstitutionalised and undenominational radical Christianity.
Being in a sense undenominational, he had no need to toe anyone's party line.