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1910 New Catholic Dictionary

Winebrennerian

Religious denomination popularly known as "Winebrennerian," founded by John Winebrenner, and organized at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1845. The members are both orthodox and evangelistic in doctrine, and Arminian rather than Calvinistic. They adhere to three obligatory ordinances as mere symbols: Baptism (by immersion), the Lord's Supper, and "the religious washing of the saints' feet"; accept the Word of God as their only rule of faith and practise; and are presbyterian in their government. A weekly magazine is published by them. Foreign missionary work is carried on in the Bogra District, Bengal, where there were in 1916: 3 stations, 4 missionaries, and 11 native helpers; 1 organized church with 27 members; and 7 schools, 188 pupils. In the United States in 1925 there were: 449 ministers, 484 churches, and 28,484 communicants.

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Entry for 'Winebrennerian'. 1910 New Catholic Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/ncd/w/winebrennerian.html. 1910.

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