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The Apostolic church does classify as a cult; it considers itself a branch of Christianity, but deviates in ideology from traditional biblical teachings, making it classify as a cult. The Apostolic church embraces some t... More »

There are a variety of religious groups which call themselves "Apostolic" or use the term apostolic in reference to their members, such as The Apostolic Church International, a Pentecostal denomination borne out of a Wel... More »

Founded in 2005, Jesus Name Apostolic Church defines itself as a multicultural congregation that believes in three manifestations of one god instead of the Trinity, in which there are three beings in one god. The belief ... More »

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