• There are many denominations, including Lutheran, Anglican, Catholic, Baptist, Unitarian, Orthodox, Presbyterian, Adventist, Methodist and Fundamentalist. These are only the main groups, for a full list go to
  • Excuse me, I disagree, the Catholic Church is not the only Church--doesn't matter if you are Baptist, Catholic, Lutheran, Methodist, Mormon, Jehovah, long as you believe Jesus is the Son of God, then that is all we need. "For God So Loved The World That He Gave His One And Only Son, That Whoever Believes In Him Shall Not Perish But Have Eternal Life." NIV John 3:16
  • There are varying estimates but most say there are between 20,000 and 30,000 different n-C denoms right now. Most are nothing more that schisms of schisms of schisms and NOT ONE can trace it's roots back beyond the deformation of 1517. They will say they can, but if one simply reads an unbiased history of the church you will find that what they say is nothing more than their respective religious propaganda. And that's all it is.
  • Not all doctrines speak the truth. The one true source is God's word in the Holy Bible. If some churches beliefs don't jive with the Bible it is false doctrine.
  • There is only one church. That is the church that Christ built. Matthew 16:18. If you are teaching anything other then what is found in scripture, then you are teaching falsely. Gal 1:6-10. There is only one church, and if you are not a part of that body, in which Christ is head, then you will be found lost at the return of Christ.
  • Approximately six hundred, and sixty six.
  • Far too many.
  • I think it goes up daily.
  • 34,000 different sects of christianity and these are the different denominations, some are so obscure.
  • Hundred and hundreds
  • there are 39911 denominations as of 6/30/08
  • Too many. It is said in the bible that a kingdom that is divided will not last, or something close to that.
  • have no idea, probably lots of them

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