By: American Council of Christian Churches
Source: Constitution of the American Council of Christian Churches. Available online at (accessed February 13, 2002).
About the Organization: The American Council of Christian Churches, headquartered in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, is composed of representatives from a number of fundamentalist churches belonging to various denominations and fellowships. Established in 1941, the council has always considered itself multidenominational in that each member church maintains its own identity and has complete autonomy over its own affairs.
The American Council of Christian Churches (ACCC) consists of pastors, churches, and church members who adhere to biblical fundamentalism, the belief that everything in the Bible is literally true. The ACCC supports the goals of seeking the truth as presented...
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