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The '''American Presbyterian Church''' is a small American [[Protestant]], [[Reformed Churches|Reformed Denomination]]. It is strongly [[Calvinist]] in doctrine and [[Presbyterian]] in Church Government. They hold steadfastly to the [[Westminster Standards]].
 
The '''American Presbyterian Church''' is a small American [[Protestant]], [[Reformed Churches|Reformed Denomination]]. It is strongly [[Calvinist]] in doctrine and [[Presbyterian]] in Church Government. They hold steadfastly to the [[Westminster Standards]].
  
It split from the [[Bible Presbyterian Church]] in 1979 and maintains 3 congregations in the Eastern [[United States]]. Like the BPC, the APC believes [[Christians]] should use no alchohol.
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It split from the [[Bible Presbyterian Church]] in 1979 and maintains 3 congregations in the Eastern [[United States]]. Like the BPC, the APC believes [[Christians]] should use no alcohol.
  
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Latest revision as of 12:38, 13 July 2016

The American Presbyterian Church is a small American Protestant, Reformed Denomination. It is strongly Calvinist in doctrine and Presbyterian in Church Government. They hold steadfastly to the Westminster Standards.

It split from the Bible Presbyterian Church in 1979 and maintains 3 congregations in the Eastern United States. Like the BPC, the APC believes Christians should use no alcohol.