New Apostolic church

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The New Apostolic Church is a Christian denomination based of the teaching of Millennialism. It came from the Catholic Apostolic Church by the 1863 Schism of Hamburg. The church has buildings in Germany and the Netherlands.

Premillennialism and the Second Coming of Christ are the main ideas of the New Apostolic church. Most of its ideas are related to mainstream Christianity. It also has a liturgy similar to Protestantism. It is organized like the Roman Catholic Church.

The church calls itself the Early Church. Its leaders are of the Twelve Apostles. This belief is like Restorationism.

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