So, question - does anyone know exactly what the "International Church of Christ" denomination is?
I have a lot of questions.
-What do they believe in terms of doctrine?/Is there any authoritative statement or founding document?
-Where do they differ from Catholicism on doctrinal points aside from things like "Sola Scriptura" common among protestants? What makes them unique as a group in terms of doctrine and practice? - I think they have something like "midweek"? (also what is their sexual/ethical morality on the "hot-button" issues like abortion, homosexual "marriage", etc.?)
I myself am Catholic and am wondering because I know someone attending one of these and of course as a Catholic I want to explain the Catholic position. But I don't need to "preach to the choir" so to speak on things that are the same,
so in short what are the differences between Catholicism and the "International Church(es) of Christ"?
J. S. S. P.