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The position paper on the problem, however, was quashed in favor of undenominational Christianity that in fact, served the purposes of empire, even while partially vindicating evangelical refusal to be trapped in never-ending quarrels about episcopacy and the stillborn attempts at confessional trans-cooperation.
"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." (58) Despite making nearly 7,000 home visits in 1868, distributing 4,190 tracts, giving out 2,000 soup tickets, and providing 212 families with provisions and clothing, only 19 people actually joined the mission that year.
Were Catholics and Protestants in the same school, religious instruction should be undenominational. I think that undenominational religious instruction is a contradiction in terms.
This was usually "an uninstitutionalised and undenominational radical Christianity...
Being in a sense undenominational, he had no need to toe anyone's party line.
"Undenominational" is a description of a religious meeting ruled "with a rod" by a vicar.
However, he had discovered that he could not expect Anglicans to support the "undenominational" (London) Missionary Society (LMS), and he would not ask his evangelical colleagues to limit their backing to the SPCK and the SPG.
Both the work of the Children's Special Service Mission, based in the Church of England, and Spurgeon's preaching represented a type of interdenominational, or rather undenominational, evangelicalism emphasizing vital religion, not doctrine.
Lingards Wood Bottom team, based in an undenominational Sunday School on the outskirts of Marsden, was formed in 1902 and lasted for less than 10 years.
Fitzpatrick observed in his first annual report that the "majority of the men on the frontier seem prejudiced against the so-called religious literature"; he thus discouraged donations of "sectarian literature" and insisted on the undenominational character of his work.