Question: "What is the Apostolic Church, and what do Apostolics believe?
" Answer: There are several groups which call themselves “Apostolic.” Generally speaking, these churches all seek to uphold or return to the teachings and practices of the first church.
The virgin birth, sinless life, and atoning death of Jesus Christ, the need of personal repentance and confession for forgiveness of sins, and the literal return of Jesus Christ to earth are all held by this church.
Its history is traced back to Samuel Froehlich's work in Switzerland in the 1830s.
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The first New Apostolic Church in America was founded by German immigrants in Chicago in 1872.
The doctrine of the New Apostolic Church also bears similarities to other evangelical churches.
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