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Independent Presbitrio

It was not a calculated separation, moved for reasons defined, articulated clearly. We saw that at the final moments, when decisions would have to be taken on solid bases, for clear certainties, the reasons had been overcast for the passion around an only point of the Platform: the Masonry. July APPEARS a NEW CHURCH PRESBITERIANA the group defeated in the Snodo left for return eleven the night that one 31de, in direction the First Church, then in Street 24 of May, it was the church of Eduardo Carlos Pear tree. They had been congregated in way the conjuncts, cnticos and brief speeches there. In the following, first day of August, the opponents had congregated themselves of new in the first Church with the end of if organizing. With sadness, but with courage, therefore that they had left the seio of the Church ' ' without bornal and without bordo' ' , as Rev said. Eduardo Carlos Pear tree, in some place, had consisted in Presbitrio, the Independent Presbitrio, being acclaimed as moderator the Rev. Caetano Walnut Jnior and serving as temporary secretary the Rev.

Vicente Themudo Lessa. Through proposal, the new religious organization was given to it the name of Independent, composed Presbiteriana Church of all the churches that had adhered to the movement and if to place under ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the new Presbitrio. After the organization, the new Church traced its plans of work and started to execute them without any interference or foreign contribution, using Brazilian resources exclusively, through its fidiciary offices. Five months after the separation, in the second meeting of the Independent Presbitrio in January of 1904, in Campinas the reports presented the number of 2500 members. thus, appeared Independent the Presbiteriana Church of Brazil, in 31 of July, completes 107 years. FINAL CONSIDERAES the Presbiterianismo have its roots in a reformador movement of century XVI, mainly extracting of the Calvinismo its doctrinal system and its ecclesiastical organization.

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