Which Christian religion

March 6, 2007 8:11pm CST
Which Christian religion is the most accurate? Which Christian-based religion or demonination is the one that most closely believes in what the Bible says. I mean which religion does the least amount of reinterpretation of the text?
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• United States
7 Mar 07
Wow. Seems like you've broached a highly controversial topic! Just about everyone who answers will say it's their church, whatever that might be. Personally, I can refute them all. After the Protestant Reformation, a lot of people fled to America, where there was more or less religious freedom. Well, a lot of people got together from all these different denominations and decided that the Protestant Reformation didn't do enough. It took quite a few of the Catholic church's teachings and brought them back to the Bible, but it didn't take them all. So these guys got together and decided that they were going to take it all the way back. They decided to take it all the way back to the church described in the New Testament. This was called the Restoration, because they RESTORED the New Testament church. While it is almost impossible to perfectly recreate the church from the New Testament, we got as close as we can. From all my years of study, the churches of Christ are the closest church to the New Testament pattern given to us. No one is perfect, however, and there are differences, but they are minimal. Hope that helps!
• Philippines
7 Mar 07
i think or as for me, ROMAN CATHOLIC is the most accurate, why? because it is the only religion here in asia that is straightly connected with the descendants of St. Peter, now, from St. Peter to Jesus is also a direct connection, from that point of view i think that Roman Catholic is an accurate christian religion.