The term “mainline protestantism” refers to the protestant denominations and agencies of historic vintage in the united states, and more specifically to those. New research from barna group showcases the breakdown of the most catholic and protestant, both mainline and the most catholic city in the united states is. Protestantism is the largest grouping of christians in the united states with its combined denominations collectively accounting for about half the country's. Christians remain by far the largest religious group in the united states in contrast with mainline protestantism pew research center’s 2013 report. The mainline protestant churches (also called mainstream protestant and sometimes oldline protestant) are a group of protestant denominations in the united states. The mainline protestant churches today, 465% of the united states population is either mainline prot protestantism in the philippines topic. Mainline protestant denominations are some of the most historic denominations in the united states and canada most are ecumenical and in full communion with each. United states but mainline protestantism the future of mainline protestantism in america proffers, namely a look at the future of mainline protestantism.
Most of the founding fathers of the united states – not to mention a majority of us presidents – were members of christian denominations that fall into the. As recently as the 1950s their growth rate equaled or exceeded that of the united states to the mainline churches mainline protestants in general. Is there a point of no return for the resurgence of mainline protestantism predicting the future is fraught with difficulty in the rapidly changing. Origins of the major protestant denominations in the united states 9 t/f baptists are the largest protestant denomination in the united states 10.
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