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What are basic differences between the three Christian denominations of Orthodox Catholic and Protestant?

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The orthodox uphold all traditions and ceremonies throughout the bible, including all of the Old Testament, the Catholics believe that works get you to heaven, and Protestant is an extremely broad term meaning all of the other kind of demoninations

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