They lead open, affirming, sex-positive, and religious lives in every Christian and Jewish denomination in America.
“Cain is a National Baptist, a historically African-American denomination,” observes Green.
Reinke lost his pulpit and was drummed out of the conservative Missouri Synod of the Lutheran denomination.
The rest said they felt no connection to any denomination or declined to respond.
Afraid to incite violence and unsure which denomination has the right to the ladder, no one has moved it since.
There they became the dupes of the declamations of the crafty and licentious Abbs, and writers of every denomination.
On his return, he married "Lydia Tindall, of the denomination of Puritans."
Nor can we call all of any denomination in a given territory a church.
He has long been a valued and honored member of the Baptist denomination.
Indeed, in this latter sense John Wesley hardly falls under the denomination at all.
late 14c., "a naming, act of giving a name to," from Old French denominacion "nominating, naming," from Latin denominationem (nominative denominatio) "a calling by anything other than the proper name, metonymy," from denominare "to name," from de- "completely" (see de-) + nominare "to name" (see nominate). Meaning "a class" is from mid-15c. Monetary sense is 1650s; meaning "religious sect" is 1716.