Manukau, New Zealand (PressExposure) February 12, 2009 -- Nzchristianfoundation.org.nz is a website exclusively owned by New Zealand Christian Foundation. The foundation is prominently promoting Christianity in the New Zealand and rest of the world. Hence, lots of funds are required for this highly ambitious ambition. The foundation is already getting donation in bulk from around the world. Today, it has organized a brief media session to show the gratitude to all its donators.
In the media session, numerous words of wisdom were precisely quoted like: â¢ Total nine classifications of Christians were mentioned in front of press and media: Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, Roman Catholicism, assemblies of god, Episcopalian, eastern orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, and southern Baptist. However, it was also quoted that there are number of denominations. â¢ Unfortunately, there are ideological differences amongst all these classified groups. Sometimes, it creates confusion but soon issues are solved. â¢ Evangelical Christian group believes in repenting and hence, asking for forgiveness of all sins. The group has immense faith in the words of bible. â¢ Mainline Christians focus themselves only on good work. They believe that good work will determine their eternal destination. â¢ Liberal Christian group does not believe that to love the god is an ultimate tool of finding eternal destination. â¢ Episcopalian or Anglican denomination was founded by King Henry in 1534. Apart from New Zealand, âAnglican churchesâ are located in united kingdom, united states and Europe. â¢ Assembly of churches was founded in the late 1800s by Eudorus N. Bell and Charles fox Parham. â¢ Baptist group emerged after the separatist movement in 1608 in England.
It was completely spiritual or can say âreligiousâ session. Probably, it would not be ethical to say but most of the journalists were napping. But, still, the quality of session was appreciable. It was quite informative for everyone. Even, I knew lot of new things about Christianâs community.