Church of God

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Church of God is a name used by numerous, mostly unrelated Christian denominational bodies, most of which descend from either Pentecostal, Holiness or Adventist traditions.

Major denominations[edit]

Pentecostal Movement[edit]

Pietist/Holiness Movement[edit]

Smaller and/or lesser known denominations[edit]

Anabaptist[edit]

Brethren[edit]

Pentecostal Movement[edit]

Pietist/Holiness movement[edit]

Baptist[edit]

Adventist Churches of God[edit]

Adventist Churches of God of the Armstrong conviction[edit]

Black Hebrews[edit]

Nontrinitarian Sects[edit]

Other denominations[edit]

References[edit]