Are some Pentecostals Creedal?
I refer to the historic creeds. Reading a bit about COG heritage, a church that denomination grew out of did not adhere to creeds. But, several years ago, I read the books required for International Pentecostal Holiness Church ordination, and one of them stated the denomination’s belief in certain creeds and church councils.
I recall Chalcedon as being among the councils the denomination affirmed. I know it used to be The Methodist Church of North Carolina, so affirming some church councils made sense. But I also wondered if there had been a recent renewal of interest in church history.
(I suspect the IPHC cares little about excommunicating monks or nuns who remarry and some of the other details of Chalcedon.)
Are there any traditional Pentecostal denominations that specifically affirm traditional church councils and creeds? Are there any that have traditionally recited creeds in church? I haven’t seen it unless one of maybe a CCM style redition of the apostle’s creed were used in church.