a Christian denomination, founded in the U.S. by Alexander Campbell in the early part of the 19th century, that rejects all creeds, holds the Bible as a sufficient rule of faith and practice, administers baptism by immersion, celebrates the Lord's Supper every Sunday, and has a congregational polity.
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British Dictionary definitions for Disciples of Christ
a Christian denomination founded in the US in 1809 by Thomas and Alexander Campbell
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