Methodist Separation in Mainline Context

by Chris Ritter In the early 20th Century, seven Mainline denominations formed the backbone of an overwhelmingly Protestant American nation. By 1975, the percentage of Americans attending a Mainline Church was down to 31%. Today, something like 10% identify with any of these “seven sisters.” Evangelical churches, surpassing the Mainline mainline market share in the […]

Methodist Separation in Mainline Context

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