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  ICCC - International Council of Christian Churches
It was here that the American leaders of the American Council of Christian Churches meeting in Detroit called for a parallel meeting to the ecumenicals to be held just ahead in Amsterdam in the Netherlands in 1948.
The ultimate goal of the WCC was a world church, and with the ICCC, the claim of all would be a personal, visible return of Jesus Christ.
The ICCC organised in carious sections of the world and set up Councils of Christian Churches, but in all their meetings the issues were modernism, unbelief, ecumenism, veers the in-errancy and full truthfulness of the Bible.
www.iccc.org.sg   (623 words)

 American Council of Christian Churches - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The American Council of Christian Churches (ACCC) was founded in 1941 under the leadership of Carl McIntire.
The ACCC has remained small in comparison to the National Association of Evangelicals and the National Council of Churches.
The ACCC is the national equivalent of the International Council of Christian Churches.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/American_Council_of_Christian_Churches   (242 words)

 SmartChristian.com » Blog Archive »
Outside of the church, it was the fundamentalist-modernist conflicts which eroded the general public influence of Protestantism in American life.
Between 1920 and 1940, in light of the distorted vision and aggressive actions of modernized Protestant Christianity, a coalition of submovements began to unite for the specific purpose of resisting liberal Protestantism and the modernist trends in American society.
They were a movement of theologically conservative Christians that believed in the importance of the essentials of the Christian faith, and who were determined to take a militant stand against modernism within and without the church.
www.smartchristian.com /?p=560   (1803 words)

 Christian Admiral Memories; Cape May, NJ
International Council of Christian Churches convocations, as well as memorable vacations for thousands of radio listeners to 20th Century Reformation Hour, the pioneer of talk radio.
The Christian Admiral Hotel was like a living, breathing member of the community and her passing was mourned as such.
Now, the Christian Admiral is sinking too, literally being pulled to the ground by large cables that wind around exterior walls of the building and connect to small bulldozers.
www.tks.org /christian_admiral_memories.htm   (3415 words)

Church growth has become the order of the day, and programs and schemes must be put in place to meet the established goals for growth.
Under these auspices, the church has evolved from a fortress where those of like faith were convicted of sin, reproved, nurtured, edified, instructed, and sent out into the world to reach the lost-- to an open stage for all comers to "experience God".
The church also must be staffed with "Christian Counselors" schooled in "Christian Psychology" to meet the needs of people who have become frustrated in searching for answers to today's "complex problems" within the pages of that ancient, simplistic document we call the Word of God.
www.cuttingedge.org /news/n1506preface.html   (793 words)

 The AMERICAN COUNCIL of CHRISI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The American Council of Christian Churches is a nation-wide organization.
As churches, we are keenly aware of the responsibility of civil government in matters of health and safety.
The ACCC supports HB 78 (P.N. 515) as it upholds the status quo with regards to the difference between Articles IX and X. We do not need the DPW involved in programming (that's education) and licensing (not necessary for health and safety) at religious institutions.
www.champion.org /daycare/daycare7.htm   (422 words)

 American Council of Christian Churches - ACCC Articles Archive
The newly elected Moderator of the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches (WCC), Dr. Walter Altman, thought it was important for everyone in attendance to know where he theologically draws his inspiration.
The group of dancers explained their "ministry" as one which connects "theology and prayer with artistry, and explores the way in which movement can be an expression of faith." This sensual dance was well received by the audience of more than 4800, who even gave them a standing ovation.
A series of contradictory events accompanied the World Council of Church's Conference on World Mission and Evangelism which was held in the Agios Andreas Centre, northeast of Athens, Greece, May 9-16, 2005.
www.amcouncilcc.org /articles.asp   (884 words)

 National Council of Churches USA -- Home Page
The National Council of Churches USA has joined with a broad coalition of Jewish, Christian and Muslim leaders in calling for a renewed initiative toward peace in Israel and Palestine.
The National Council of Churches USA said the recommendations of the Iraq Study Group "generally resonate" with church leaders' recommendations, and urged President Bush "to understand the opportunity presented by this report." Last month, the NCC issued "A Pastoral Message on the Iraq War" that called for a withdrawal of U.S. troops.
The November 2006 Eculink, the newsletter of the National Council of Churches, was introduced November 6 at the NCC/CWS General Assembly in Orlando.
www.ncccusa.org   (1855 words)

 Today in Church History
In 1937 he led an exodus from the OPC and formed the Bible Presbyterian Church and Faith Theological Seminary, committed to a more rigorous form of separatism.
McIntire also led in the formation of the American Council of Christian Churches (1941) and the International Council of Christian Churches (1948).
Eventually, several church splits (largely stemming from his domineering personality) and legal battles with the FCC would greatly diminish his following.
www.opc.org /today.html?history_id=20   (230 words)

 Presbyterian & Reformed churches
Christian Reformed Churches in the Netherlands (Christelijke Gereformeerde Kerken in Nederland, CGKN)
The Church of Scotland's governing system is presbyterian in nature, which means the organisation is run by a system of courts at local, district and national level rather than by individuals.
The Church of Scotland is one of the largest organisations in the country.
www.ecumenism.net /denom/reformed.htm   (4052 words)

Many of the churches of continental Europe are nearly empty and powerless spiritually, while many of the churches in America are facing the same problem, much of which is due to sex scandals and the world wide spread of human secularism and political correctness along with materialism.
It is this fact of the trend toward the centralization of authority and so-called “responsible” church government that has led to the changing attitude of Rome toward the Council and in the new cordial spirit between the two.
Ecumenical leaders, who were in the middle of negotiations to enlist several more Eastern Orthodox churches in the Council’s membership, were finally convinced that it would be good for their strategy to agree to a compromise change in the Basis.
www.apostle1.com /11-16-2004-one_world_church1.htm   (2612 words)

 Sharper Iron Forums - Introducing the Fellowship of Fundamental Bible Churches- Pastor Frank Sansone
The Fellowship of Fundamental Bible Churches (FFBC) is a fellowship of Fundamental churches and pastors that seeks to honor Jesus Christ and stand together as a national voice for Fundamentalism.
The FFBC is one of the charter members of the American Council of Christian Churches and holds its Annual Conference in August of each year.
The FFBC (still known as the Eastern Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church) faced its crucial challenge of the Fundamentalist/Modernist Controversy in 1939 at the 29th and final session of the E.C.M.P.C. At issue was the proposed merging of the Methodist Protestant Church with the Methodist Episcopal Church and the Methodist Episcopal Church South.
www.sharperiron.org /showthread.php?t=1365   (1244 words)

 International Council of Christian Churches of North America: Home Page
Concerned Christians, dedicated pastors and lay people who live within driving distance or who can come by plane, need to be in the meetings for their own benefit and to help in the united effort to put the brakes on the on-church, political and economic system that is rapidly being thrust upon us.
Also, the council is not some kind of a super denomination, exercising control from the top down, but a means whereby the smallest congregation or an individual can join in a united effort against the apostasy of the day, and continue a testimony of biblical separation.
The council believes that it is the duty of all true believers in the Lord Jesus Christ to make a clear testimony to their faith, and especially so in these last days when preachers, churches and denominations are being infiltrated and destroyed by modernism, communism, humanism, materialism and licentious practices.
www.pointsouth.com /icccna   (2104 words)

 JS Mack Library - Fundamentalism File
His parents were not Christians at the time of his birth, although they took him to church as a child.
He was also heavily involved in the American Council of Christian Churches and the International Council of Christian Churches, organizations led by Carl McIntire.
The year 1960 was a milestone year in the history of the Associated Gospel Churches, because in that year that the Department of Defense recognized the AGC as an approved organization to sponsor chaplains for the Armed Forces.
www.bju.edu /library/collections/fund_file/garman.html   (1762 words)

 The American Council Of Christian Churches
The convention is being sponsored by the Eastern Pennsylvania and Western Pennsylvania Regionals of the ACCC.
Further the ACCC member, according to his website, The Rev Dr. Ian R.K. Paisley, MP, MEP, is Moderator of the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster, Minister of Martyrs' Memorial Free Presbyterian Church, Leader of the Ulster Democratic Unionist Party, MP for North Antrim at Westminster and MEP for Northern Ireland in Strasbourg.
The Council for National Policy, in alliance with other elite public policy planners and global mission organizations, is influencing the ministries of most Christian churches.
www.seekgod.ca /acccmeet.htm   (1914 words)

 Sex abuse spans spectrum of churches | csmonitor.com
Despite headlines focusing on the priest pedophile problem in the Roman Catholic Church, most American churches being hit with child sexual-abuse allegations are Protestant, and most of the alleged abusers are not clergy or staff, but church volunteers.
But he says that his churches are more highly educated on child abuse prevention procedures than most, which may account for a lower rate of reported abuse than the CMR surveys.
The problem, Cobble says, is that churches are the perfect environment for sexual predators, because they have large numbers of children's' programs, a shortage of workers to lead them, and a culture of trust that is the essence of the organization.
www.csmonitor.com /2002/0405/p01s01-ussc.html   (1476 words)

 Christian Churches Are Opening The Door to Antichrist with Outcome Based Religion
The Church of Rome is just one of many examples of organizations which bear the name "church" while exhibiting little or no resemblance to the biblical definition of the term.
Since the unity of the original church was the 'influence' of the Savior, in Schleiermacher's view, 'the essence of the church is fellowship'." (2) (At this juncture, prudence would dictate a developing principle in the study of "apostasy".
The spirit of early ecumenism was illustrated with the founding of the Federal Council of Churches on December 2, 1908.
www.cephasministry.com /ecumenism_outcome_based_religion.html   (11313 words)

 Dominion Theology: The Truth About the Christian Right's Bid for Power   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
More prevalent on the Christian Right is the Dominionist idea, shared by Reconstructionists, that Christians alone are Biblically mandated to occupy all secular institutions until Christ returns--and there is no consensus on when that might be.
The theme of the weekend was Christian "apologetics," meaning defense of the faith against heretical enemies of all stripes.
There, Christians by the thousands are flocking to wild faith healing extravaganzas where people shout and cry and fall on the floor because they are "slain in the spirit." The latest trend is called "holy laughter" whereby the Holy Spirit supposedly leads crowds to roll on the floor laughing uncontrollably, sometimes for hours.
www.sullivan-county.com /nf0/fundienazis/diamond.htm   (2930 words)

 American Council of Christian Churches
ACCC Spring Executive Committee Meeting, Surrey Free Presbyterian Church, Surrey, British Columbia.
A new MP3 sermon from American Council of Christian Churches is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details:

Title: ACCC 2006 Spring Rally at FFPC
Speaker: Various Speakers
Event: Special Meeting
Date: 4/10/2006
Bible: 2 Peter 1:15-21
Length: 56 minutes

Details: Report by Dr. Ralph Colas on the WCC event in Brazil.
New photos have been added to the following photo album on 11/8/2006:

Photos from 2005 ACCC Meeting
Here are some photos taken from the 64th Annual Convention of the American Council of Christian Churches in Cleveland, Ohio on October 25, 2005.
www.sermonaudio.com /rss_source.asp?sourceid=accc   (575 words)

 Breckbill Bible College
The rise of liberal theology taught from the standpoint of evolution, underscores the need of a truly biblical education.
The objective of the College is to train young people to understand biblical Christianity and to equip them doctrinally and theologically to meet the demands of this generation.
We welcome students from all Congregations which fellowship around the Fundamentals of the Historic Christian Faith.
www.breckbillbiblecollege.org   (151 words)

 Christian Fundamentalism - The Fundamentalist Movement   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
They make up their own technical vocabulary, and although there are many roots and antecedents to Fundamentalism, it is its own movement, and nothing before it resembles it in every particular.
The American Council of Christian Churches was established in 1941 - a conservative counterpart to the National Council of Churches.
The International Council of Christian Churches was founded by Fundamentalists in 1948 and its center was placed in Amsterdam.
home.mtholyoke.edu /~edgoodwi/fundamentalistmovement.html   (516 words)

 PCA Historical Center: American Council of Christian Churches and International Council of Christian Churches
This particular grouping has been frequently featured in ICCC literature, echoing the organizational meeting of the ICCC in Geneva, just one week prior to the organizational meeting of the World Council of Churches (WCC) in Geneva in 1950.
ACCC, Pamphlets: The American Council of Christian Churches: Its Purpose and Testimony, by Carl McIntire, 14p.; Tests for Church Fellowship, 48p.; There's A Reason: Why the American Council Could Not Issue Jointly With The National Association of Evangelicals Sunday School Lessons [brochure]; St.
ICCC, Second Plenary Congress, 1950, August 16-23,Folder 2: Resolutions: The Church and Reformation, 2p.; Statement on the World Council, 5p.; Facing Problems Raised by the World Council of Churches, by Capt. Edgar C. Bundy [address, 6p.]; Missions Commission Report, 4p.; The Sixteenth Century Reformation and the Bible, by Dr. G.
www.pcahistory.org /findingaids/accciccc.html   (528 words)

 National Association of Evangelicals
NAE leaders regretted that the National Council of Churches refused to endorse the Statement of Conscience.
(It is possible to be a member of the apostate World Council of Churches and the WEF at the same time!!) John Corts, president and chief operating officer of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, was the speaker at this breakfast.
The ACCC, which had been organized in 1941, stood (and continues to stand) for complete separation from the liberal, apostate Federal Council of Churches (now the National Council of Churches).
www.logosresourcepages.org /Positions/nae.htm   (3936 words)

 Grace Bible Presbyterian Church
This church takes seriously the command of Christ to preach the gospel at home and abroad, for God's elect are to be found among all nations, tribes and tongues.
We are a part of the American Council of Christian Churches, founded in 1941, as a Biblical alternative to the National Council of Churches.
We oppose the inclusivist ecumenical movement that seeks to bring together all churches, whether liberal or evangelical.
www.gbpchurch.org   (238 words)

 The World Council of Churches News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Below are a few excerpts from the first draft of his Special Report, available soon from: ACCC, P.O. Box 5455, Bethlehem, PA 18015.] The WCC continues it's "courting process" to bring "people of other faiths" under its umbrella.
Numerous Roman Catholic leaders are serving on various WCC Commissions and Committees and the WCC is opening up to the Roman Catholic Church as well as developing further relationships with Pentecostal and Evangelical groups with a new dynamos of dialogue.
The World Council of Churches (WCC) was"infiltrated" by agents of eastern European intelligence agencies during the Cold War a book recently published in Germany has alleged.
www.cephasministry.com /wcc_news.html   (472 words)

 American Council of Christian Churches » BlogRodent   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Both were loyal to orthodox Christianity but differed in their structure and in their attitude toward conciliar ecumenism.
Both were loyal to orthodox Christianity but differed in their structure and in their attitude toward counciliar ecumenism.
The American Council was especially critical not only of the National Council and the World Council of Churches but of all who were in any way associated with them.
tatumweb.com /blog/tag/american-council-of-christian-churches   (576 words)

 Hardingville Bible Church :: Pastoral Staff
Pastor Franklin also serves as the President of the Fellowship of Fundamental Bible Churches [FFBC] and has also served on the Executive Committee of the American Council of Christian Churches [ACCC] for the past 12 years.
Netz has been serving as the Principal at Gloucester County Christian School [GCCS] for 18 years and is currently the President of the Garden State Association of Christian Schools [GSACS].
His experience and excellence in Christian Education have been a great assett to the ministry of GCCS.
www.hardingville.com /staff.php   (318 words)

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