What is the oldest form of Christanity?

..would it be Coptic?
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"The Jewish Christian church was really first, but, it only lasted about 500 years. Many suggest that the Copts have an ancient form of Christianity, amongst the least changed. But, this is all very difficult to say. Any denomination that follows the Apostolic Order (Catholics, Orthodox, Anglicans, and others) have a direct link back to the 70. But, all have changed over the years - saying who has changed the least is a bit of a matter of argument."
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"Catholicism should indeed be this oldest kind of Christianity. This is often confirmed of what is often called ""papal chronological sequence"". Your apostles appointed adult males to supervise regions of church buildings. Fundamental essentials first bishops and also his or her association using the apostles established fact for you to lay historians"
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