How does the Continuing Church of God differ from Protestantism? Hope of Salvation

Hope of Salvation: How the Continuing Church of God Differs from Protestantism

What is a Protestant?

Are all professing Christian churches other than the Roman and Eastern Orthodox Catholics Protestant?

What is a real Christian?

What are many of the doctrines that early Christians held that Protestants do not?

What are important teachings related to the Godhead and salvation that Protestantism does not understand?

Here is a link to our draft book: Hope of Salvation: How the Continuing Church of God Differs from Protestantism.

Several sermons related to the free book are also available: Protestant, Baptist, and CCOG History; The First Protestant, God’s Command, Grace, & Character; The New Testament, Martin Luther, and the Canon; Eucharist, Passover, and Easter; Views of Jews, Lost Tribes, Warfare, & Baptism; Scripture vs. Tradition, Sabbath vs. Sunday; Church Services, Sunday, Heaven, and God’s Plan; Seventh Day Baptists/Adventists/Messianics: Protestant or COG?; Millennial Kingdom of God and God’s Plan of Salvation; Crosses, Trees, Tithes, and Unclean Meats; The Godhead and the Trinity; Fleeing or Rapture?; and Ecumenism, Rome, and CCOG Differences. These sermons also cover materials not in the book.

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About CCOG
The Continuing Church of God, which attempts to represent the most faithful remnant of the Philadelphia (Revelation 3:7) portion of the Church of God, bases its beliefs on the Holy Bible. Read CCOG's statement of beliefs for more information.