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Mainline and denominations
Mainline Protestant denominations have since removed prohibitions against artificial contraception.
Mainline American Protestant denominations, including the United Methodist Church, Presbyterian Church USA, The Episcopal Church, and Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, do not teach the doctrine of inerrancy as set forth in the Chicago Statement.
The Mainline Protestant denominations refused to join the attacks on evolution and welcomed modern ideas.
Amillennialism is common among some Mainline Protestant denominations such as the Lutheran, Reformed and Anglican churches.
The liberalization of many Seminaries and theological institutions, particularly in regards to the rejection of the notion that the Bible is an infallible document, has led to a much more human-centered and secular movement within Mainline Christian denominations, particularly in the United States.
Its member denominations, churches, conventions, and archdioceses include Mainline Protestant, Orthodox, African American, Evangelical, and historic peace churches.
Mainline denominations peaked in membership in the 1950s and have declined steadily in the last half century.
Mainline denominations are historically Trinitarian and proclaim Jesus Christ as Lord and Son of God ; they adhere to the historic creeds such as the Nicene Creed, the Apostles ' Creed, and the Athanasian Creed.
Mainline denominations generally teach that the Bible is God's Word in function, but that it must be interpreted both through the lens of the cultures in which it was originally written, and examined using God-given reason.
The flag was first accepted by the Mainline Protestant denominations in the United States, and by the 1980s many institutions had described policies for displaying it inside churches.
The internship requirement is unique to the ELCA among the other Mainline denominations in the U. S.

Mainline and %
The last performance figures for Midland Mainline published by the Office of Rail Regulation were a Public Performance Measure of 92. 9 % for the third quarter of the financial year 2007 / 8 and a Monthly Annual Average of 92. 4 %.
Today it is the point where the Baikal-Amur Mainline railway crosses the Lena on a bridge and it handles 80 % of cargo in the Sakha Republic region.
About 40 % of Mainline Protestants in the 1990s were active in church affairs, compared to 46 % of the conservatives.

Mainline and all
" Mainline Protestant churches were slow to take root, in fact no churches at all were built in Demopolis until 1840.
Midland Mainline was the only operator to offer complimentary free tea and coffee to all passengers, including those in standard class.
According to court documents, the company received aircraft commitments from Omni Air International and Ryan International Airlines for Boeing DC-10 aircraft for the summer season and 757-200 aircraft ( pending ETOPS certification ) for the winter season, 757-200's ( ETOPS ) from North American Airlines, ETOPS 737-800's from Miami Air International, MD-11 aircraft from World Airways, and a 757-200 from Pace Airlines, all charter airlines, but Mainline formally rejected several of these prior to the lawsuit, claiming that the commitments came at an unacceptable cost.
Reilly's lawsuit had sought to shut down the company, obtain refunds for all customers, and $ 605, 000 in punitive damages from both Mainline and Thompson, but it was partially withdrawn in September 2004 and Thompson was not forced to pay a fine or damages.
The settlement formally ordered Mainline to refund all customers, but refunds had actually been provided in June 2003, only the company was not under court order to issue refunds until their settlement was approved ( just over a year later ).
The settlement released all parties from liability and neither Mainline, Thompson, nor Reilly admitted wrongdoing of any kind.
BEA Mainline assumed responsibility for all of BEA's Heathrow operations other than those to and from Manchester, Leeds / Bradford, Liverpool, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Inverness, the Isle of Man, Berlin ( including both non-stop and one-stop services ) and certain regional European destinations such as Bordeaux, Cork, Luxembourg and Rimini, as well as its Birmingham operations other than those to and from the Channel Islands.
Midland Mainline continued to refurbish the station with the installation of a large electronic departure board in the station entrance hall and smaller boards on all platforms.
The station wagon was marketed as the Mainline Ranch Wagon until it lost its Mainline tag for the 1955 model year when all Ford wagons were moved to their own series.
Following the formation of the new East Midlands rail franchise on November 2007, the entire fleet of Class 222 Meridians was inherited by East Midlands Trains who operate the expanded East Midlands rail franchise including all those routes previously run by Midland Mainline.
Prior to November 2007, the station was managed by Midland Mainline, who continued to refurbish the station with the installation of a large electronic departure board in the station entrance hall and smaller boards on all platforms.
Mainly due to their numbers, rather than the design or build quality, at least 25 examples of the S160 have survived into preservation, making them one of the most numerous survivors of all Mainline Steam Locomotives:
St Pancras railway station was closed because of a security alert at St Albans, which caused all Midland Mainline trains to and from London to be cancelled.

Mainline and Protestants
Most Mainline Protestants recognize only two sacraments, the Eucharist and baptism ( though some Lutherans add confession ), deeming Anointing only a humanly-instituted rite.
In 2000, the largest denominational groups were Catholics ( with 433, 832 members ) and Mainline Protestants ( with 95, 244 members ).
In 2000, the largest denominational group was the Evangelical Protestants ( with 10, 229 adherents ) and Mainline Protestants ( with 3, 593 adherents ).
Of the total population, Evangelicals comprise 26. 3 %, and Mainline Protestants 16 %.
The Feast of Christ the King ( in the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church, properly the Solemnity of Christ the King ) is the last holy Sunday in the western liturgical calendar, celebrated by the Roman Catholic Church as well as many Anglicans, Lutherans, and other Mainline Protestants, as well as the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia.
Many Mainline Protestants practice open communion, in which the bread and wine / juice is offered to the people without discrimination of age or denominational status.
( left ) Ti Biblia, first published in 1909 and generally used by Mainline Protestants ; ( centre ) Ti Baro a Tulag, the New Testament first published in 1973 and generally used by Ecumenism | Ecumenical Tradition s ; and the Naimbag a Damag Biblia, the Ilocano equivalent of the Good News Bible, officially endorsed by the Roman Catholic Church and some ecumenism | ecumenical groups.

Mainline and 1973
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Mainline and 1998
FirstBus acquired GM Buses North in Greater Manchester and Strathclyde Buses in Greater Glasgow in 1996, and Mainline in South Yorkshire and CentreWest in London in 1997, and Capital Citybus in London in 1998.
When British Rail stopped using steam locomotives in 1968 none of the Grange Class locomotives were preserved, so the 6880 Society was formed in 1998 with the purpose of eventually completing an operational Grange Class steam locomotive for Heritage Railway work and Mainline Operation.

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Liturgical or Mainline Protestant communities ( e. g. Presbyterian, Congregationalist / United Church of Christ, Methodist, Lutheran, etc.
Mainline Christian churches see baptism as a once-in-a-lifetime event that can be neither repeated nor undone.
* Mainline churches launch a policy to punish Israel by Eugene Kontorovich, in the Wall Street Journal, July 22, 2005.
Many Mainline Protestant churches are open and affirming to gay and lesbian couples.
He was active in the Northern Baptist church, a Mainline Protestant denomination.
He and Simon also launched their own short-lived comic company, Mainline Publications.
These connect with Mainline services which operate at a frequency of between 10 and 30 minutes.
* Schaff, D. S. " Devil " in New Schaff – Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge ( 1911 ), Mainline Protestant ; vol 3 pp 414 – 417 online
Alternatives to American Mainline Churches, ed.
Mainline trains operate from Gare de Rouen-Rive-Droite to Le Havre and Paris, and regional trains to Caen, Dieppe and other local destinations in Normandy.
; Mainline: Similar to trunk, but there can be a mainline for each branch.
* Mainline Protestant with 3, 840 is most common around 28 %; mainly Lutheran.
A dual-use railroad and roadway bridge over the Lena is scheduled to be built by 2013, when the Amur Yakutsk Mainline, the North-South railroad being extended from the South, will finally connect the city with the East-West Baikal Amur Mainline.
Bratsk is served by the Baikal-Amur Mainline railway and Bratsk Airport.
Gulf also participated in a partnership with other majors, including Texaco, to build the Pembroke Catalytic Cracker refinery at Milford Haven and the associated Mainline Pipelines fuel distribution network.
The Baikal Amur Mainline runs along the north side of the river northeast up its valley, crossing between Anamakit and Novy Uoyan and crossing the river a second time upstream before heading into the mountains.
The territory is accessed by two railroads, the Trans-Siberian railway and the Baikal Amur Mainline.

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