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Protestantism

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Generally associated with the protests against the Catholic Church and its methods, Protestants follow Jesus Christ. One of the early scholars to lead the break from the established church was Martin Luther. If you have questions about anything to do with Protestantism, this is place to ask them.
The protestant church
everything is wrong don't listen to the ones above
He was Baptist. But only he and God can know for certain wether he was "Born-again"
  The best place to go for the answer to this question is to surf to thewittenburgproject.org it has almost all the works of Martin Luther on the site for you to read for free.   The short answer is that Martin Luther believed that the Bible is the infallible Word of the living God. He said...
That's hard to say - we would have to agree on when a denomination is "started" (how many churches does it have to have? must it be in more that one country?, etc) - but I think Lutheran would be a good choice.
Hell was a terrifying place in the Puritans' minds, especially asnobody could do anything about it. The Puritans were Calvinists whobelieved in double predestination and unconditional election: inother words, instead of believing that Christ died for all men, intheir minds, Christ only died for the...
Your question is very general, but Baptists don't usually have any  religious practices affecting health care. Baptists accept medical  science and its practice. If you have a specific area of health  care to address, I'm glad to do so.
The German Baptist's, sometimes known as Dunkards( disparaging as I  am told by my Ger.Baptist neighbors ) do not allow blood  transfusions and certain surgical procedures are prohibited. As for  other Baptist Organizations; Southern Congress, Independent, etc.  MAY prohibit birth control as...
different religions
I could find no information that tied Thomas Jefferson's father,  Peter Jefferson to the Anglican Church nor any other denomination.
Martin Luther for his refusal to retact his 95 theses was  excommunicated by Pope Leo X and declared an outlaw by Holy Roman  Emperor Charles V @ 1521. Emperor Charles ordered Martin Luther's  arrest at the Diet of Worms. Luther was "accosted" by masked  bandits and given protection by Edward...
Archbishop added a few catholic touches to the Protestant Church. This included decorating the church- Protestants only liked plain churches . The Protestants reacted badly to this change though
This question has absolutly nothing to do with Christianity,  however researching Hillcrest I found that it is a non-profit Level  II trauma center located in Waco,Tx. The hospital sits on a 74 acre  campus with about 264 bed units. At a guess since the hospital is  400,000 sq.ft.+ I would say...
Alfred Nobel, born October 21, 1833; died December 10, 1896, was  most famous for inventing dynamite and setting aside his earnings  to fund the Nobel Prize. Nobel was indeed a Luthern.
This may have had a great deal to do with a growing concern about  the attitude of the church as is related to giving (tithe) and  redemption. There seemed to be a great deal of confusion at the  time about how a person could be in good standing with God and it  would seem that the Catholic...
Anne Hutchinson and Roger Williams contributed to the America  constitutions idea of separating church and state by, well first  Anne Hutchinson was a religious figure and activist who brought  controversy in Massachusetts regarding the Christian Doctrine. She  believed strongly with personal...
 The Puritans were a group of English Reformed Protestants in the  16th and 17th centuries who  sought to purifythe Church of England from  all Roman Catholic  practices, maintaining that the Church of England was only  partially reformed. Puritanism in this sense was founded by  some of the...
During the giving of communion, (bread and wine) and thepreparation for it.
Because of their views
Only Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, and maybe Coptic churches do  this.
The Massachusetts Bay Colony was founded in the modern day area of  Salem and Boston in the 17th century.
At the point when the Monk Martin Luther started the Protestant  renewal in the fifteenth Century, the Church was degenerate.  Doctrines had wormed in that were unbiblical and against what Jesus  taught. These included limbo, purgatory, praying to saints, the  collection of incredible riches,...
I don't know that it is. That is a matter of opinion.
It is only a matter of opinion.
There are none. It would only be a matter of opinion.
There are many different kinds of Baptists, ranging from the more  liberal in their theology to much more conservative. Generally  speaking, the United Methodist Church would probably have more in  common theologically with the Episcopal Church than with most  Baptist congregations.    ...
The ninety five thesis is commonly credited to Martin Luther.
Anne Hutchinson thought that the distinction between sinner and  saint should not be based on church attendance or moral behavior,  as it was at the time. Instead, she believed that it should be  determined by the inner state of grace. Because she leading  discussions of religious issues and...
If a person wants to get healthy, a person will get healthy. Noonecan force anyone into getting healthy. But for those who areinterested in helping themselves, Ellen G. White offered many trueconcepts about foods...
Baptists as far as I am aware have no union fees, as they have no  unions.
From a Sermon of May 23, 2004 by Dr. Jim Standiford, Senior  Pastor:     The concept of the rapture is a hot topic now, perhaps because of  the "Left Behind" series popular in the book market. The idea of  the rapture is always simmering on some theological stovetop  somewhere. It is a...
Clarendon, or Hyde, Charles's friend and servant tells us that Charles was a very moral man who worshipped God according to the Catholic rites of the Church of England. He attended both Mattins and Evensong according to the Prayer Book when possible and received Communion according to the ancient...
Nobody is started.
No, only observe the 7th day Sabbath. We were released from obligating the Jewish festival days in the Bible after Jesus did.
Yes, all Protestants accept the doctrine of the Trinity.   === Correction: ===   The simple answer is "Not all do."   First the definition of the term: "Protestant" has the basic meaning of "one who protests." Eventually, the term came to mean a "member of any Western church outside the...
The official Adventist theological position does not require the observance of any of the feast days but also does not prohibit the observance either. The majority of Adventists do not observe the feast days, but there are some that do.
The reformation really got a boost when England's King Henry the 8th wanted to dump his wife because she couldn't give him a son, but the Pope wouldn't granted him an annulment. Since divorce was not allowed in the Catholic Church, he was stuck with her. So he joined in on the Protestant bandwagon...
One, -- William Hutchinson.
The religious movement was the Second Great Awakening and because of it's belief that God was remaking society for the Second Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, many social reforms went on in an out of the church to purify society.
He can be part of the leadership of the church and is usually  always a help to the pastor. A deacon will therefore help with  preaching, teaching, assisting elders and special needs people, as  well as supervising church functions, and can also usually be found  in pastor's meetings to help the...
Episcopal church believed the apostles creed of the Catholics while Methodist did not accept it as their teaching.  
The Catholic Church sold indulgences in the late medieval period,and their sale motivated Martin Luther to present his "95 Theses." Martin Luther: Germanmonk who questioned the leadership and theology of the CatholicChurch in 1517. His questions provided the basis for the ProtestantReformation.
he was angry because he was arrested
He was a copper miner all his life.
because king Henry VIII wanted to divorce, and the Catholic church wouldn't allow this.
Martin Luther was concerned about certain practices in the Catholic Church such as the selling of indulgences to free the soul from purgatory. Martin Luther wrote the 95 Theses in Latin because that was another thing he thought was wrong with the Catholic Church and posted them on the door of the...
from what i read the impact drking had on our lives is hope,he had hope for us to become one equal familt one day. he inspired many African American people to always fught for what they want and never give up. he preyed for us and preached for us and now today everyone is equal. he let us know to...
what are you talking about?I think he is referring to the phobia. Its a common question, but there is no reasonable answer. Its just baffling.
There are several words used, such as pastor, minister, preacher, or in some churches, Reverend. Anglicans (including Episcopals) and Lutherans also have deacons, deaconesses, vicars, priests and bishops. Each refers to clergy with a different rank and role.
They are Protestant in the sense they broke the unity with Rome, but their teaching is closely related to the catholic.English monarch classified themselves as an Anglican church.  
The main reason why Puritans started the Massachusetts Colony was to separate from the Angelic Church; to start a new religion.
The only difference would be that the foot-washers believe in a  third ordinance. Traditional Baptists believe in only two  ordinances: a one time baptism after salvation and the periodic  observance of the Lord's Supper, also known as Communion.
  He used his "I have a Dream" speech.
That is all up to the church to decide. And if the church says it  is up to the Pastor than one must ask him for direction.
In a typical modern Baptist church the Pastor is the boss. A large  church will have several Pastors but only one will be the main  decision maker/preacher/leader. Under the pastor will be the Elders  or Deacons of a church. Depending on the church, these men can have  a leadership role or just...
Depending on who you ask, the answer will vary. Some would argue  that it became a symbol the moment Christ was removed from it in 30  AD. Others will site a specific historical incident later on where  a group took up the specific cross symbol. And the opinions of when  exactly this was very...
Every one was very sad and mopped around for days and days and days.
  I don't know who first came up with the exact expression "God with skin on," but the idea has its origins in the New Testament:   John 1:1 "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." (Jesus as the the "Word" who was God)   John 1:14 "And the Word...
Believe or not believe...Wilton Lamon Marks was baptised a Seventh-day Adventist in India, circa 1946, probably prior to his marriage with my mother! I may even have copies of his baptism certificate. However, after having lived with him as his son for some twenty years, though he had a strong...
I had a vision of my past life. I was a young blonde girl on a bridge on a rainy day in a brown van. My life was too short. People say i was dreaming, but theres something telling me i wasnt. It's to complex to figure out. You die, your a new person in a new body works like that. Family pet dies,...
It was significant during the reformation because it rooted many Christians sects today.His insistence that only scripture is invalid in the Catholic because first and foremost the Apostolic tradition of the 1'st to 4'th century must also recognize.The scripture was only completed at the end of...
I hope that this is not a loaded question where the questioner has the assumption that few 'intelligent' people would deign themselves to follow Jesus Christ, and is expecting an answer that suggests that there are very few PhDs who would stoop so low as to be Christians.That said, it is impossible...
Calvin Coolidge became president in 1923 upon the death of  President Warren G Harding. President Coolidge should not be  confused with John Calvin and Calvinism. John Calvin with a pastor  and theologian of the 1500s.
  == Adam and Eve's third son was Seth. ==
When Calvinism first took off, those who believed in Calvinism were  dubbed "Followers of Calvin", which later then just called " the  belief of Calvinism".
Executive Order 8802 affected the Civil Rights reform in that it was largely a response from President Roosevelt to address the protests. This order prohibited racial discrimination.
As a consequence of the Pope's refusal to nullify his first marriage, Henry withdrew from the Roman Church and created the Church of England. . The Creation of the Church in England was in history so early that it hasn't been recorded! Tertullian AD 155/222 claimed,"the regions of Britain which have...
it spread through trade
Around October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-fiveTheses to the church door in Wittenburg, Germany. In thosedays, it was common practice to nail (or tack, more likely) publicdocuments to the church door for all to see. Shortly after Luthernailed that document to the church doors,...
== Puritans believe in things such as: ==   christianity
Presbyterians, Catholics, Mormons, and Jehovah's Witnesses are all Christian denominations. They all believe in Jesus Christ and in the Bible, although their definitions of exactly who Jesus was are different, and the Bible versions that they use are different.
I found one in the 99 cent store.
all of us are alloud to have our own view of god not just the popes
The term 'sect' is usually reserved for a group of people who have branched off from a main denomination and who have different or even heretical beliefs. Therefore to call other groups outside the Church of England as 'sects' is incorrect. The Church of England is just one Church among many...
No, Calvinism is a branch of Protestant Christian theology.
The church response to reformation thought them to have the council of Trent.They were order who emerged like the society of Jesus who counterattacked the reformed church.The country like Spain, and Portugal had their inquisition to those who convert to the protest church.It happened in France the...
desmond tutu tried to stop people from being races to each other and he tried to re-unite white people and black people and also other people such as muslims.
  The Sone of Man was Used 83 Times in the bible nad only 13 times Son OF GOD.   Thank you   Sam
He preached against laws of fasting and abstinence and declared priestly celibacy to be nonbiblical, he also made attacks against superstition and the unjust use of power.
not positive on this but I think it was what Roman Catholics were  doing that he didn't like and what needed to be changed
They believed that Bible,faith,grace alone are the basis of salvation.