What Is a New Testament Church?

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A New Testament church is a church which believes and teaches the doctrines of the New Testament. It is a church that looks to the inspired Word of God for its doctrines as they relate to the individual in his relationship with God. It is the church which lives out the life of the Lord through its various members who make up the body.
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