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The branch theory is a theological hypothesis within Protestantism, holding that the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church include multiple branches of different denominations. Commonly, Anglican proponents of the theory include the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Anglican Communion, while others also include the Oriental Orthodox churches, the Church of the East, the Old Catholic Church, and the Lutheran Church of Sweden. The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church defines the branch theory as:

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  • The branch theory is a theological hypothesis within Protestantism, holding that the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church include multiple branches of different denominations. Commonly, Anglican proponents of the theory include the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Anglican Communion, while others also include the Oriental Orthodox churches, the Church of the East, the Old Catholic Church, and the Lutheran Church of Sweden. The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church defines the branch theory as:
  • Теори́я ветве́й (англ. Branch theory) — богословская концепция, разработанная в Англиканстве, согласно которой Римско-католическая церковь, восточноправославные церкви и Англиканское сообщество суть три ветви Единой, Святой, Кафолической (Соборной) и Апостольской церкви. Теория ветвей
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  • The branch theory is a theological hypothesis within Protestantism, holding that the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church include multiple branches of different denominations. Commonly, Anglican proponents of the theory include the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Anglican Communion, while others also include the Oriental Orthodox churches, the Church of the East, the Old Catholic Church, and the Lutheran Church of Sweden. The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church defines the branch theory as: …the theory that, though the Church may have fallen into schism within itself and its several provinces or groups of provinces be out of communion with each other, each may yet be a branch of the one Church of Christ, provided that it continues to hold the faith of the original undivided Church and to maintain the Apostolic Succession of its bishops. Such, it is contended by many Anglican theologians, is the condition of the Church at the present time, there being now three main branches…
  • Теори́я ветве́й (англ. Branch theory) — богословская концепция, разработанная в Англиканстве, согласно которой Римско-католическая церковь, восточноправославные церкви и Англиканское сообщество суть три ветви Единой, Святой, Кафолической (Соборной) и Апостольской церкви. В дальнейшем у разных авторов теория ветвей получила развитие. Одни авторы присоединили к общему "христианскому дереву" Ориентальные церкви, другие авторы остальные протестантские конфессии. Третья часть сторонников теории ветвей развивало идею о том, что одни ветви более сильные, а другие менее сильные (в зависимости от сохранения чистоты догматов). Теория ветвей
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  • March 2016
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  • Russian Orthodox Church Bishop Alfeyev uses the metaphor.
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