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Of the 75 churches surveyed, 66 responded comprising of 41 denominational, 8 interdenominational, and 17 non-denominational.
Although their theories of "contention" and "sustained interregional protests" are interesting in themselves, they do not readily apply to the history that Young traces, nor do they provide convincing explanations for these and other interdenominational and interregional religious reform activities (10, 11).
We are planning how to continue in this interdenominational setting.
In addition, the language of the King James Version, which was published in 1611, is archaic, says David Rensberger, professor of the New Testament and chair of Biblical Studies and Languages at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta.
However, most extracurricular school events begin and end with an interdenominational Christian prayer.
Among them were four rural Baptist churches, one sophisticated urban Presbyterian church in Lynchburg, Virginia, one famous Congregational church in Los Angeles, and one small wealthy interdenominational church on Mackinac Island, Michigan.
After the last roundtable in September 2004, a delegation of interdenominational clergy went to Capitol Hill to lobby legislators to oppose the antigay Federal Marriage Amendment.
Changing Channel Interdenominational Ministry, led by Anderson Lewis Jr.
The Costly Call is published in accordance with a non-profit interdenominational organization called The Voice of the Martyrs, dedicated to assisting those persecuted for their Christian faith worldwide.
Battle, the president of the Interdenominational Theological Center, say this dialogue of old and new, of inner and outer, smaller and larger, will continue and will help define the Black Church of the future.
When Church & State magazine covered the event, Merritt said, "We knew that it was going to be an interdenominational event, but we had no idea that the luncheon was hosted by Moonies.