Westminster Confession of Faith (west-min-st<<schwa>>r).Hist. A document containing a statement of the religious doctrines of the Presbyterian Church, originating at a conference of British and continental Protestant divines at Westminster in 1643. • It was adopted by the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland and the Scottish Parliament, so becoming the basis of the Scottish Presbyterian Church. — Sometimes shortened to Westminster Confession.
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