Evangelical Presbyterian Church (United States)

Evangelical Presbyterian Church (United States)

The Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC) is an American church body holding to presbyterian governance and Reformed theology, expressed in an orthodox, conservative vein. The motto of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church is "In Essentials, Unity. In Non-Essentials, Liberty. In All Things, Charity; Truth In Love." The Office of the General Assembly is located in Livonia, Michigan, near Detroit.

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... EPC has been described as the modern-day version of New School Presbyterianism,while the PCA,ARP and OPC are essentially the modern-day equivalent of Old ... is in the motto of the denomination In Essentials,Unity In Non-Essentials,Liberty In All Things,Charity ... Truth in Love. Functionally,this works out with a three-tiered approach to theological issues ...

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