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An Examination of the Differences between Biblical Christianity and Denominational Christianity
Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
In examining the differences between what is termed Biblical Christianity in comparison to denominational Christianity can be best understood through the focus that is taken for guidance. In Biblical Christianity, the Bible is the primary resource for guidance, all questions answered through Biblical reference.
In Biblical Christianity, the Bible is the primary resource for guidance, all questions answered through Biblical reference. In denominational Christianity, the Bible is a primary resource, but the belief systems that have been developed to frame the cohesion of the group have been formed through additional writings and interpretations that inform the group on how to believe and worship. Both types of belief systems ascribe to the basic Christian tenets, but the way in which they develop traditions and interconnections to each other through frameworks of belief, are constructed upon differing forms of guidance. In understanding the differences between Biblical Christianity and denominational Christianity, systems of belief must be examined and interpreted through meanings and from where those meanings are developed. Interpretation is the foundation of how the Bible is received, however. The Bible was written in languages with meanings that have changed, and has been translated into the common modern tongue of every written language. Therefore, the translation is used to determined interpretation. ...
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