Some articles on protestant:
... He was the originator of the “Protestant Reformation Society,” which led to other associations, the Christian Alliance being one of them these after a ... Dr W C Brownless became his principal coadjutor, and the “Protestant Vindicator” succeeded to the “Protestant,” which maintained the controversy for some years longer ...
... Protestant Reformers were those theologians, churchmen, and statesmen whose careers, works, and actions brought about the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century ... Historically speaking, "Protestant" was the name given to those theologians, magnates, and delegations present at the Holy Roman Imperial Diet of Speyer in 1529 who protested the revocation of the suspension ... The meaning of the label "Protestant" widened over time to embrace all Western Christians as distinguished from the Roman Catholic Church, except for ...
... residents' religious self-identification showed the following distribution of affiliations Protestant – 40% Baptist – 10% Other Christian – 7% Episcopal – 6 ... Connecticut is also home to New England's largest Protestant Church The First Cathedral in Bloomfield, Connecticut located in Hartford County ...
... of Maine are shown below Christian – 82% Protestant – 45% Baptist (mostly American Baptist) – 16% Methodist (mostly United Methodist Church with 31,6 ...
... Bloesch, Evangelical Protestant Emil Brunner, Reformed John Calvin, Calvinism (Reformed) Lewis Sperry Chafer, Presbyterian (Dispensational) Martin Chemnitz, Lutheran James Hal Cone, Methodist Jack ...
More definitions of "protestant":
- (noun): The Protestant churches and denominations collectively.
Synonyms: Protestant Church
- (noun): An adherent of Protestantism.
- (adj): Making a protest.
Famous quotes containing the word protestant:
“blow as he would, though it made a great noise,
The flute would play only The Protestant Boys.”
—Unknown. The Old Orange Flute (l. 2324)
“There was a young lady called Alice
Who peed in a Catholic chalice.
The Padre agreed
It was done out of need
And not out of Protestant malice.”
“I do not believe in the creed professed by the Jewish Church, by the Roman Church, by the Greek Church, by the Turkish Church, by the Protestant Church, nor by any church that I know of. My own mind is my own church.”
—Thomas Paine (17371809)