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Three international Evangelical
statements of beliefs

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The term "Evangelical" has many different meanings. For this site, we define it as including:

"The conservative wing of Protestant Christianity comprising many denominations and other faith groups that tightly hold to historical Christian creeds, beliefs and practices."

The Evangelical wing within Protestant Christianity is composed of tens of thousands of separate faith groups. Some are independent congregations. Others are large denominations, like the Assemblies of God and Southern Baptist Convention.

Many denominations have their own statements of beliefs. There have been three internatlial statements of beliefs which have been written by Evangelicals from many nations:

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Topics covered in this section are:

bullet The Lausanne Covenant (1974)
bullet The Amsterdam Affirmations (1983)
bullet The Manila Manifesto, (1989)

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Copyright 2003 by Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance
Originally written: 2003-OCT-22
Latest update: 2003-NOV-2
Author: B.A. Robinson

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