Chief Apostle

The Chief Apostle is the highest minister in the New Apostolic Church, and has existed since 1896.

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New Apostolic Church - Reception - Controversies - Former Criticism
... established a system of obedience toward Jesus' apostles just after Jesus' death ... The strict thought of obedience toward the apostle ministry is intended to continue this tradition ... From the beginning of the 20th century until the ecumenical opening under Chief Apostle Hans Urwyler, some common prohibitions from ministers became known internally as "rules" e.g ...
Hans Urwyler - Term in Office
... Chief Apostle Urwyler undertook many tours inside Europe and 28 overseas ... He ordained more than 180 apostles worldwide ... In 1985, a major schism occurred in the Wiesbaden area, led by apostle Hermann Gottfried Rockenfelder, who founded the Apostolische Gemeinde Wiesbaden with 1,000 adherents ...
New Apostolic Church - Splinter Groups
... After Apostle Preuss' death in 1878, a dispute over succession caused a separation between the majority of Hamburg's congregation with Prophet Heinrich Geyer and ... the Netherlands due to the introduction of the office of the Chief Apostle ... by The group following the Chief Apostle adopted the name Hersteld Apostolische Zendinggemeente in de Eenheid der Apostelen (HAZEA) after the schism of 1897 ...

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