Yes, protestants believe Jesus is the son of God. Protestants are Christians and all Christians believe Jesus was the Messiah.
Protestants are Christians.
Protestants WANT to be saved and know that if we believe in Jesus Christ, our souls WILL be saved and with him throughout infinity
The protestants do not believe in the Pope as well as Mary.
Protestants did indeed believe in good works. However, they did not believe one could earn forgiveness through good works alone.
You are asking if Protestants believe in the doctrine of the Trinity, as Roman Catholics do, and the answer is Yes.
They believe life begins at birth
Protestants do not believe in the pope or they do not believe in saints either.They only believe in Jesus Christ and god. Protestants DO believe in saints, and in essence, all Christians are saints. However, Protestants do not pray to saints and believe that they should intercede on their behalf. They pray to Jesus Christ (God) only!! Likewise they do not pray to Mary, Jesus' mother. She is not devinity.
pain and suffering
Protestants are free to celebrate St. Valentine's day if they choose, but they do not believe "in" it, that is they do not rest any article of their faith "in" Valentine's Day.