The political divisions between the Nationalist or Republicans and the Unionists or Loyalists.
Mainly the Republicans/Nationalists want a united Ireland of the complete 32 counties, controlled in Ireland and full recognition of this. The Loyalists/Unionists want the 6 counties composing Northern Ireland to remain part of the United Kingdom controlled by Britain. This isn't by a far stretch much detail but it's the main difference that comes to mind if you were to ask an Irish person. I agree entirely with Brian's answer, above. Also...as a general rule of thumb,99% of Nationalists are of Catholic background, while 99% of Unionists are of Protestant background.(What the technical differences are between these two theologies are, you'll have two ask someone who cares). A further angle on the differences may be argued that the Nationalists are holding an argument based on civil liberty and self determination, while the Unionists are anti Catholic. But you'll never get agreement on this one...far too biased.
Loyalists- loyal to king patriots- rebels
Because it was the beginning of the peace between the Republicans/Nationalists and Loyalists/Unionists.
Loyalists were a kiss up to the king and the patriots cared more about their land.
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main difference is identity/allegiance/culture etc/ -- nationalists see themselves as Irish, overwhelmingly catholic, Gaelic in culture and aspiring to a united Ireland. unionists see themselves as british, giving allegiance to the queen, remaining part of the UK etc. also the issue of what areas "belong" to each side is very contentious. as populations change and shift even an area as small as a street can be contested between both sides.
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loyalist were loyal to the king and believed in the british church .patriots were more about independence andmoving on from they're contry.
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There shouldn't be any differences, as Jesuits are Catholics.
The main division of conflict is between the Republicans (Nationalists), which are associated with Catholics, and the Loyalists (Unionists), which are associated with Protestants. However in recent years the Loyalists have become less active in conflict and any violence has developed into usually the Republicans targeting the security forces (Police/Army) in Northern Ireland.
The patriots wanted to split from England while the Loyalists wanted to stay with England and were against the Declaration of Independence.
That is the correct spelling of the two factions, the Nationalists and Unionists, which comprised the major distinction between sides in the movement for Irish nationalism.
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loyalists are loyal to britain patriots are against the britain rule
The patriots tarred and feathered the loyalists. They also ruined loyalist houses.
who were loyalists and patriots?
who were loyalists and patriots?
Essentially, there is no difference because the non-denominational churches are also Protestant. There will be differences in that way they are governed and in some doctrinal areas, but that is also true between protestant churches and between non-denominational churches.
The official beliefs of the Assemblies of God are in the related link. Beliefs of nondenominational churches vary from church to church. Some may be very close to the Assemblies of God in their doctrines and practices; others may have substantial differences.
The wars in Ireland were never between the North and the South. They were between Catholic nationalists and Protestant unionists.