Cumberland Presbyterian Church in America
An offshoot of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church organized as a separate church in May, 1869 under the name Colored Cumberland Presbyterian Church, later known as the Second Cumberland Presbyterian Church in the United States.
While accepting the Westminster Confession of Faith, in general, they emphasize the following points:
They are in accord with other Presbyterian bodies as regards their government.
They publish a semi-monthly periodical.
- (1) There are no eternal reprobates;
- (2) Christ died not for a part only, but for all mankind;
- (3) all persons dying in infancy are saved through Christ and the sanctification of the Spirit;
- (4) the Spirit of God operates in the world coextensively with Christ's atonement, in such a manner as to leave all men inexcusable.
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