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PRESBYTERIAN TRADITIONS (ALSO KNOWN AS PRESBYTERIANISM)

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PresbyterianismThe Burning Bush witnessed by Prophet Moses is the symbol of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, and is embodied within the logo.


Presbyterianism, a Christian movement, owes its origin to John Calvin, a 16th century French reformer.

The Christian Bible is the key holy book of the Presbyterian Traditions, who share the principal beliefs of other traditions of Christianity.

Presbyterianism is now a worldwide Christian movement. Clergy are called ministers.