Protestants believe Jesus Christ is the Son of God, the Father. The second person of the Holy Trinity. God in the flesh.
You are asking if Protestants believe in the doctrine of the Trinity, as Roman Catholics do, and the answer is Yes.
Christians believe that Jesus is God's son. He is the son of God.
Protestants believe that there is only one God and that Jesus Christ is His son. They also believe that the sacrifice of Jesus was enough to cleanse all sinners of their sins.
The statement is false. Jews do not not believe that Jesus was not the son of god.
No, most Christians (Protestants are Christians also) believe in one God in Three Persons. God the Father, God the Son, (Jesus Christ) and God the Holy Spirit. Each Person is God, which makes up the one true God, but each one has a different "job" or ministry to perform.
Judaism does not believe Jesus is the son of god or the messiah. Islam believes in Jesus, just that he is not the son of God but a prophet like Muhammad.
If you believe in Jesus you believe in GOD for they are on in the same.
Yes, Protestans believe in God who is Father Creator, Son Jesus, and Holy Spirit; exactly the same as Catholics do. However, they differ theologically from Catholics in other matters.
Christians believe in Jesus as God or son of God. Some Christians believe in Jesus as prophet. However, Jews don't believe in Jesus as prophet, or God, or son of God.
Yes, they do. It is the Mormons who believe that Jesus was the 1st 'created' son of God and not an eternal God being with the Father.
Muslims believe that Jesus (peace be upon him) was a prophet of God, and not a son. Muslims believe that God has no son or partner, nor anyone equal to him. We do believe that Jesus will come back to earth, and is the messiah.