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The '''Brethren in Christ (BIC)''' in the 1770s in the eastern United States and was known for their belief that trine immersion baptism was the true scriptural form of believer's baptism.  Because of their belief in Believers baptism they have also been known as River Brethren.<ref>C. Nelson Hostetter and E. Morris Sider, "Brethren in Christ Church," ''Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online''. 1990. http://www.gameo.org/encyclopedia/contents/B748ME.html (accessed 30 July 2009).</ref>  Click on the following link to learn more about other groups in the [[Anabaptist Family]].
 
The '''Brethren in Christ (BIC)''' in the 1770s in the eastern United States and was known for their belief that trine immersion baptism was the true scriptural form of believer's baptism.  Because of their belief in Believers baptism they have also been known as River Brethren.<ref>C. Nelson Hostetter and E. Morris Sider, "Brethren in Christ Church," ''Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online''. 1990. http://www.gameo.org/encyclopedia/contents/B748ME.html (accessed 30 July 2009).</ref>  Click on the following link to learn more about other groups in the [[Anabaptist Family]].
  

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The Brethren in Christ (BIC) in the 1770s in the eastern United States and was known for their belief that trine immersion baptism was the true scriptural form of believer's baptism. Because of their belief in Believers baptism they have also been known as River Brethren.[1] Click on the following link to learn more about other groups in the Anabaptist Family.

BIC around the World

Click on the country links below to learn about specific BIC groups throughout the world, or read the history section below to learn more about general BIC history.

History

Annotated Bibliography

External Links

Citations

  1. C. Nelson Hostetter and E. Morris Sider, "Brethren in Christ Church," Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. 1990. http://www.gameo.org/encyclopedia/contents/B748ME.html (accessed 30 July 2009).