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The Perfect Protestant

So is there really such a thing as the ‘perfect Protestant’?
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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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why do protestant christians say the catholics aren’t christians?

why do protestant christians say the catholics aren’t christians?
just because the catholics were the first christians or why is that? I don’t get why do protestant christians hate the catholics? I am catholic and I do accept the protestant are christians

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Answer by Mjolne
I’ve never heard anyone say that.
They are Christians, they just have different methods. Like the view of marriage etc.

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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?

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

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EWTN Live – Protestant Theology – Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J. with David Anders – 06-23-2010

do evangelicals or protestant pastors forbidd to their people to study about the history of christianity?

do evangelicals or protestant pastors forbidd to their people to study about the history of christianity?
because they will find the catholicism as the first church and they want to erase the history of martin luther who wanted to founded his own church from this movement many evangelical churches appear in the world not just in Europe also in the U.S where it is now the main protestant country that export many churches like pentecostals no?
they were not catholics the first churches but they become catholics in the sense universals and follow the doctrines of the ecumenical councils.

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Answer by Crybaby Atheist
If the history is written as one run-on sentence, yes.

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How protestant church separated from Catholic Church

The protestant church reformation by Martin Luther; the main story started with King Henry the eight, this king killed his 6 wives. First he wanted to divorc…
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East Belfast Protestant Boys – 2011 (Part ii)

South Belfast Young Conquerors – 0:00, 2:49 @ Cloughmills Crown Defenders – 5:01 @ Mourne Young Defenders – 6:15, 8:44 @ Portadown Defenders – 10:56, 11:40…

Why did the catholic church say that the SDA church was the only consistent protestant?

Why did the catholic church say that the SDA church was the only consistent protestant?
because we keep Saturday Sabbath and not Sunday

Catholic quote”
”The [Roman Catholic] Church changed the observance of the Sabbath to Sunday by right of the divine, infallible authority given to her by her founder, Jesus Christ. The Protestant claiming the Bible to be the only guide of faith, has no warrant for observing Sunday. In this matter the Seventh-day Adventist is the only consistent Protestant.” The Catholic Universe Bulletin, August 14, 1942, p. 4.

“If Protestants would follow the Bible, they would worship God on the Sabbath Day. In keeping the Sunday they are following a law of the Catholic Church.” Albert Smith, Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, replying for the Cardinal, in a letter dated February 10, 1920.

The command to keep holy the seventh day is one of the ten commandments; you believe that the other nine are still binding; who gave you authority to tamper with the fourth? If you are consistent with your own principles, if you really follow the Bible and the Bible only, you ought to be able to produce some portion of the New Testament in which this fourth commandment is expressly altered.”” *Library of Christian Doctrine: Why Don’t You Keep Holy the Sabbath-Day? (London: Burns and Oates, Ltd.), pp. 3, 4.

“Protestants … accept Sunday rather than Saturday as the day for public worship after the Catholic Church made the change… But the Protestant mind does not seem to realize that … in observing Sunday, they are accepting the authority of the spokesman for the Church, the pope.” Our Sunday Visitor, February 5th, 1950

“There is nothing in Scripture that requires us to keep Sunday rather than Saturday as a holy day.” Harold Lindsell (editor), Christianity Today, Nov. 5, 1976

“We have made the change from the seventh day to the first day, from Saturday to Sunday, on the authority of the one holy, Catholic, Apostolic Church of Christ.” Bishop Symour, Why We keep Sunday.

“This ‘handwriting of ordinances’ our Lord did blot out, take away, and nail to His cross. (Colossians 2: 14.) But the moral law contained in the Ten Commandments, and enforced by the prophets, He did not take away…. The moral law stands on an entirely different foundation from the ceremonial or ritual law. …Every part of this law must remain in force upon all mankind and in all ages.”-JOHN WESLEY, “Sermons on Several Occasions,” 2-Vol. Edition, Vol. I, pages 221, 222.
Historic Denominational Statements on the Sabbath
@, i did provide a quote of that the Catholic church said, the very first statement.

The curse of the law is death (Romans 6:23). Christ tasted “death for every man.” Hebrews 2:9. Thus He redeemed all from the curse of the law (death) and in its place provided eternal life.
@Ross, we are 😀 .. we are more anti-catholic than anyone hehe:P
@Grey Tower, LOL JW literature haha, try read this, Mark of the beast?
but yah, we are anti-catholic, most SDA’s won’t admit it but it’s 100% true
but yah, we are anti-catholic, most SDA’s won’t admit it but it’s 100% true

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Answer by Ross
Is SDA really a protestant church ?
i’d categorise it with LDS, JW etc.

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Why is the Apocrypha not accepted in Protestant or evangelical churches?

Why is the Apocrypha not accepted in Protestant or evangelical churches?
I am a member of the United Methodist Church, but the Apocrypha is not listed as part of the Holy Canon, however everything I have read in it as I own a KJV Apocrypha correlates with the rest of the Holy Bible. I heard that it had something to do with churches in the 4th or 5th century AD but can’t be sure. I would appreciate any insight and will give 10 points to whoever gives the best website or documentation as their source! Thanks a lot 🙂

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Answer by Roaring Lion
First, Protestant and evangelical Churches did not exist in the 4th of 5th century, second: the large majority of Old Testament references in the New Testament are taken from the Greek Septuagint, which is the source of the deuterocanonical books as well as most of the other biblical apocrypha, while Protestants and Evangelicals follow the Masoteric Old Testament, which is one of their heresies.

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