Presbyterians endorse CUiC principles

May 2000
Christian Century;05/03/2000, Vol. 117 Issue 14, p500
Reports that the regional presbyteries of the Presbyterian Church in the United States have adopted the principles of the Churches Uniting in Christ (CUiC) agreement. Condition under the agreement of CUiC; Issues surrounding the movement; Members of the CUiC movement.


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