Christianity in different denominations.
According to David Barrett there are ~ 33,820 denominations.
Denominations occur mainly due to a disagreement in interpretation of the written word
There is not "a" Christian denomination. There are probably thousands of different denominations; each of them is like a branch of Christianity.
There are many different branches/denominations within Christianity. The largest is Catholicism with about 1.2 billion adherents.
Christianity is made up of many different denominations. Some examples of Christian denominations include Catholic, Lutheran, Baptist, Methodist, Presbyterian, Anglican, and Unitarian. Another View: Most would place Christianity into 4 denominations, each with multiple sects as follows: Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox, and Non-Aligned.
it isn't really. Except the fact that there are a lot more denominations of Christianity now than there were back then.
Unfortunately, there are a lot more than 7 denominations in Christianity. (About 30,000 in the United States alone!).
There are 3 main divisions within Christianity. They are Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox.
People disagree on the details of how Christianity is properly practiced.
Denominations. Protestants and Catholics. Same religion (Christianity) different DENOMINATION.
Christianity is a religion. There are different denominations though, and Protestants and Catholics.
Christianity is divided into many different denominations. Some of them are hierarchical, like the Roman Catholic Church, which is led by the Pope, currently Pope Francis. Other denominations are much less hierarchical, like the Quakers. There is no one group of "leaders of Christianity."
There is no Islamic denominations in the sense as in Christianity. There are different schools pr branches. Mainly, there are Sunnis and Shiites. Refer to question below for more information.
Baptist and Methodist are two denomintations of Christianity.
There are estimated to be around 30,000 denominations of Christianity. The three main denominations are Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Protestantism.
There are nearly 300 different denominations in the U.S. alone. But they fall into basic categories Catholic, Reformed, Orthodox, Congregational, Holiness/Pentecostal
No, two different denominations of Christianity. Catholicism being significantly larger.
Due to man's fallen nature, and lack of Scriptural knowledge, which clearly outlines the fallacy of denominations over love.
No, absolutely not. There is not several different types of Christianity, or sects though people often think so because of different denominations. There are not several different types of faiths either. There is one faith, Jesus. That is the only type of Christianity there really is biblically.
There are no denominations within one church. There are many denominations within Christianity, but each is a church in its own right.
Christianity, in all forms of denominations.
Christianity in various denominations
Far too many with each of them claiming the 'truth' lies with them only. Last survey found over 30,000 Christian 'denominations/organizations' throughout the world.