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Although many Methodists believe that there will be a rapture, the United Methodist church has no official position on methodist believe in the rapture?

Methodists. If they are a member of the United Methodist church, they are United Methodists, but will also respond to just Methodists.

Few, if any, Lutherans believe the pope is the AntiChrist.

Methodists are God-believing Christians.

United Methodists are typically baptized by "sprinkling."

Methodists practice infant baptism.

Although the Methodist church does not prohibit such a belief, few if any Methodists believe in purgatory.

Methodists believe that if you have a personal relationship with Christ and have been baptized then your soul will go to heaven to live with Christ forever.

they believe in infant baptism

Methodists practice the Lord's Supper or Holy Communion. However, Methodists do not believe in transubstantiation; rather, they consider the bread and wine to be symbolic.

No, this is a Catholic ritual.

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In 2008 the United Methodist Church made 3 major statements strongly in favor of Theistic Evolution. Most Methodists would identify with this position saying that evolution in and of itself does not conflict with theology. So yes, The Methodist Church does believe in evolution and is NOT considered to be fundamentalist or creationist.

That is a concept which is not mentioned in Judaism.

Methodists believe that one Baptism is enough. They believe that the effectiveness of Baptism is based on God's work in a person's life, not on that person's understanding of Baptism or ability to make a decision for Christ at the time of their baptism. That is also why Methodists allow infant Baptism.

A crucifix is a religious symbol of Jesus hanging on a cross. Methodists believe that Jesus did die on the cross, and know that there are indeed depictions of Jesus on the cross, but they do not use the crucifix as their own symbol.

No, we believe in Jesus Christ and recognize him as our savior and redeemer.

Methodists call their clergymen ministers, instead of priests.

according to the web the definition of dajjal is the imposter Messiah; antichrist. then of course we believe the existence of dajjal. we donot believe in him we believe of him

When John Wesley, the founder of Methodism, was in college he and his friends formed a religious club. This club was so scheduled that other students made fun of them by calling them "methodists". The word United comes from when the Methodist church merged with the United Brethren Church.

Yes they do. The United Methodists believe, as does the Roman Catholics, Episcopal, and Lutherans, in the Apostolic Succession. Rt Rev John Wesley, consecrated the first Bishop in the United States to maintain this tradition. The Bishop of the particular conference lays his hands on the new deacon or elder.

no Oprah is not the antichrist because of these reasons. First it is because Christ was a man so the antichrist has to be a man. The antichrist also needs to perform miracles to make others believe that he is not the anticrist. The Antichrist must have great power in authority. He will also have great power from the devil but he will claim it to be god's. The Antichrist must also be related to Israel. Obviously, he's already here... Barack Hussien Obama is all of those. He's a male, he's the president of the United States of America, he's an atheist who said he "appreciates" prayers & yet he says "we need to be above religon", & he was actually born in Kenya, which is south of Jerusalem. In the Bible, it is said that the antichrist will also be the "King of the South".

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The Mormons, the Seventh Day Adventists, and I believe the Methodists do.

No. Predestination is not part of Methodist doctrine and is not believed by most Methodists.

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