Same God, Different Churches by Katie Meier

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Church is church, right? Well, not so much, as any Baptist teen will find when visiting a friend's Episcopal church, or any Lutheran visitor to a Pentecostal service will discover. So what's the difference? Why are there any differences at all? Though churches are as individual as the members they serve, Katie Meier clears up some of the confusion regarding the basic Christian denominations.

Written for everyday teens (rather than, say, theology majors) this guide clearly spells out the unique qualities of each sect, while at the same time underlines the unifying principles of Christian faith. Practically, it takes the scare out of accompanying a friend to a different church; but even better, and maybe more importantly, it inspires a greater understanding of and love for fellow Christians.


About Katie Meier

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Meier is completing a graduate degree in religion.
Published September 6, 2005 by Thomas Nelson. 304 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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