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The Perfect Protestant

So is there really such a thing as the ‘perfect Protestant’? http://www.realestateforlife.org/CMTV.
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A Party Election Broadcast by the Protestant Coalition

Sadly the Protestant Coalition, the party set up ex-BNP man Jim Dowson and fronted by “victims campaigner” Wee Willie Frazer were unable to raise the £5000 …
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Image taken from page 59 of ‘A History of Georgia, from its first discovery by Europeans to the adoption of the present constitution in MDCCXCVIII’

Protestant images:

Image taken from page 59 of ‘A History of Georgia, from its first discovery by Europeans to the adoption of the present constitution in MDCCXCVIII’

Image taken from:

Title: "A History of Georgia, from its first discovery by Europeans to the adoption of the present constitution in MDCCXCVIII"
Author: STEVENS, William Bacon – Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Pennsylvania
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 9604.bb.21."
Volume: 01
Page: 59
Place of Publishing: New York
Date of Publishing: 1847
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 003500198

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Image taken from page 359 of ‘King’s Handbook of New York City. An outline history and description of the American metropolis. With … illustrations, etc. (Second edition.)’

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Title: "King’s Handbook of New York City. An outline history and description of the American metropolis. With … illustrations, etc. (Second edition.)"
Author: KING, Moses.
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10413.g.22."
Page: 359
Place of Publishing: Boston, Mass
Date of Publishing: 1893
Publisher: M. King
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 001968597

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Catholics 1.2 Billion. Protestants 630 Million. 500 years, and they still can’t sell their message?

Catholics 1.2 Billion. Protestants 630 Million. 500 years, and they still can’t sell their message?
And they can’t agree on anything, either, their biggest group is Assemblies of God with 60 million members.

In other words, the Protestant’s biggest group is 1/20 the size of the Catholics. Their next biggest group is German Lutheran Evangelical at 38 Million. Then Southern Baptist Convention coming in
Third at 16 millilon. Isn’t that pretty sad?

They can’t get anybody to buy their line of goods, and yet they claim to be “the chosen?”
The largest Muslim Denomination in the World isn’t even Arab. It is a Modernist Sunni Indonesian Denomination with 30 million members. Islam is not monolithic. It is even more fractured and split than Protestantism.
And by the way, the Catholic Church got 17 million converts last year, more than ALL branches of Islam. And we are beating them on their home turf, in Africa.
Lawrence

News Flash: All 1.2 Billion Catholics follow ONE leader, the Pope. Have a nice day.
Lawrence

Blah blah blah. We have 1.2 Billion under one leader you don’t. Deal with it.

Best answer:

Answer by Lion of the tribe
sinners are turning to Christ every day despite the efforts of the enemy and his children

they have been chosen by God before the creation of the world

Know better? Leave your own answer below.

What does the protestant religion believe in?

What does the protestant religion believe in?
The fact that both of the Churches are not close to being the one Church they were before the Western Reformation.

In the Orthodox Church, if a Bishop, Priest, or Deacon is found to be praying with heretics, he is immediately relieved of his duty. One cannot participate religiously with the heterodox (non-orthodox) nor the heretics (those who conflict with orthodoxy). This is demonstrated in the words of Saint Paul, when he said: “Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? And what communion hath light with darkness?” (2 Cor. 6:14, KJV).

Orthodoxy cannot merge and become one with heresy nor heterodoxy. It is not a matter of specific dogma and doctrines, but a matter of belief, and unbelief, orthodox and heresy.

Those of the Roman Church cannot take communion of the Orthodoxy in the East, for they are not orthodox, nor can the heretics in the West take communion in the Roman Church for they are not Latin in belief.

In addition to Orthodoxy not mixing with heterodoxy, Saint Paul also warns us: “Wherefore whosoever shall eat this bread, and drink this cup of the Lord, unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and blood of the Lord” (1 Cor. 11:27). Paul is conveying the message to us that we must be worthy to partake, with our sins confessed, and humbled in fasting in order to partake of the most holy Eucharist

If you have anything to add to this, please do. I think i believe in the same things as the protestants, but i would most definately like to learn more. What EXACTLY does the protestant religion believe in?

Best answer:

Answer by JH
“The Protestant Religion” encompasses thousands of denominations and all of them have different beliefs.

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protestants changed scripture to fit there anti catholic view points, they took books out of the bible, and?

protestants changed scripture to fit there anti catholic view points, they took books out of the bible, and?
in some instances left whole verces out. In some kjv they even took out the words tradition (s) Now, how can you claim to have truth with bad scripture?

Best answer:

Answer by judysbookshop
Spoken by a true catholic.

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Help with AP Euro homework!?

Help with AP Euro homework!?
have to write an essay by Monday on the following topic:

Analyze the Roman Catholic Church’s Role in Europe’s transition from the Medieval Age to the Modern Age.

I have an idea of what to write, but I was wondering if anyone else had some insight on the topic.

By the way, this assignment is to accompany our reading of the book A World Lit Only By Fire, by William Manchester, just in case that helps!

Best answer:

Answer by dart
Ummmm. The Roman Catholic Church ran EVERYTHING in the Middle Ages…Europe transitioned to the Modern Age by revolting (protesting….hence the word “Protestant”) against the Catholic Church.

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Do non-denominational churches follow the pope?

Do non-denominational churches follow the pope?
if no, wouldn’t that make it a roughly protestant church?

Best answer:

Answer by gutbucket
No, and yes, they are protestant.

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are Reformation Protestants Christians?

are Reformation Protestants Christians?
many question if Catholics are Christians, and I just bumped into a question that asks if there’s a difference between Orthodoxy and Christianity, so I thought maybe it’s time to ask if Reformation Protestants are Christians. well?

Best answer:

Answer by Heathen Princess HPFBD
They are missing half thier Bible so who knows.

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Image taken from page 88 of ‘Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia’

Protestant:

Image taken from page 88 of ‘Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia’

Image taken from:

Title: "Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia"
Author: MEADE, William – Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Virginia
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10412.f.11."
Volume: 01
Page: 88
Place of Publishing: Philadelphia
Date of Publishing: 1857
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 002441438

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