Episcopalian


A religion very similar to Catholicism and is a version of King Henry VIII's Anglicanism. They have less oppressive views on sins and have an ever-growing doctrine that does shape & shift to social growth; one example being same-sex marriage approval. They believe in following the teachings of Jesus Christ and following Episcopalian traditions.

Conversion Difficulty: Moderate
Moderate Conversion
Accept beliefs and take confirmation classes

Time Consumption: Moderate
Moderate Time Consumption
There are services to attend, but they offer them during weekdays & online

Cost to Participate: Some
Some Cost
Tithing expected

Deities: Trinity; God, Son, Holy Ghost
Literature: Bible, Book of Common Prayer, Apostles Creed
Location Practiced: England, Ireland, Scotland, United States of America
Afterlife: Heaven & hell are a state of consciousness
Congregation: Over 3 million
Meaning of Life: To follow the teachings of Christ, and to participate in the sacraments
Famous: Benjamin Franklin, Bette Davis, Bono, C.S. Lewis, Cary Grant, Cecil B. DeMille, Charles Darwin, Charlie Chaplin, Fred Astaire, George Bernard Shaw, George Washington, Humphrey Bogart, Judy Garland, Lillian Gish, Norman Rockwell, Olivia de Havilland, Oscar Wilde, T.S. Eliot, Tallulah Bankhead, Tennessee Williams, Thomas Jefferson

Tags: Anglican, Episcopalian
Last update:
2012-01-26 13:54
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Magnolia West
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