Presbyterian Beliefs?

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There are many Presbyterian beliefs that are very similar to those in the Catholic church. The Presbyterians believe in the Holy Bible, confession, communion, baptism, and atonement. They believe in God and Jesus Christ and that His word should be followed. They are a little more lax than the Catholic church when it comes to personal issues such as birth control and staying in an abusive marriage. The Presbyterians go to church to worship but there is no priest.
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