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There are 100's of Christian denominations in the church worldwide, often giving rise to much confusion amongst Christians and non-Christians alike as to which is 'the one' true Christian church - when obviously all churches like people are going to be fallible, diverse and different!
It is highly unsurprising that with so many Christian denominations and apparent 'differences' within the church that people outside the church use this as a reason for not becoming Christians - "since we can't agree between ourselves when in actual fact naming a particular denomination is just like naming a baby.
Carpenter guest-starred in the first-season finale of the ABC Family comedy-drama series Greek and reprised her role in two episodes of Season 2.
According to TV Guide in September 2007, she was set to join the cast of The Apprentice: Celebrity Edition, Carpenter also had a guest appearance in an April 2009 episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.