compare and contrast the biblical doctrine of final punishment with that of orthodox judaism, jehovah's witness, christian science, and unitarianism.
Christian Denominations : Over the centuries, Christianity has divided into numerous denominations. [ Each denomination has its own distinctive beliefs or practices, but they are commonly considered branches of the same religion because they agree on such fundamentals as the Bible, the Trinity, and the teachings of the Nicene Creed. The way in which members regard other denominations varies from
mutual respect and acceptance to suspicion and denial that the other group is really "Christian."
The three main branches of Christianity are Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant (some would add Anglican as a fourth). Most of the denominations that exist today developed in the 500 years since the Protestant Reformation and fall under the "Protestant" branch. This section provides information on some of the major denominations that exist today, along with a brief history of how there came to be so many and many comparisons of their similarities and differences. ............... ]
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