Herod is controlled by a woman who is not his legitimate wife, and his daughter holds massive sway over him. He cares what John the Baptizer says because Herod knows he’s right (v.18-20), but won’t change his ways. Herod’s political…
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Bible Presbyterian Church
Split from the Orthodox Presbyterian Church in 1937, one year after its founding, over the issues of abstinence from alcohol and premillennialism.
Doctrine: Westminster Standards (Premillenial edit)
Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church
Formed by the Scottish immigrants of the Seceder tradition in 1753, the majority merged with the Covenanters in 1782, and then as the United Presbyterian Church of North America merged with the PCUSA in 1956. The remaining Associate Presbyterians form the ARPC of today.
Doctrine: Westminster Standards
North American Presbyterian and Reformed Council
World Reformed Fellowship