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Protestant Christianity

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In 2002, research conducted by Pew Research, and 53 percent of Americans consider themselves Protestant Christians. It is about 500 million Protestants in the world.

"Protestant" is less than the face value of the common branch of Christianity, covering a wide range of religious groups and a wide variety ranging from conservatives and liberals.

Led to the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century, and most Protestant denominations and modern dating back to one of the most important movements in the spring of the 16th century. Presbyterians in debt to John Calvin and reformed theology of John Knox and the Church of Scotland. Episcopalians and Anglicans back to the church, which is the result of the English King Henry VIII split of authority in Rome. Anglican (and to a lesser extent, the methodology) is a religion of justice, that the Protestant movement in the 17th century in the holy life through the emphasis on Bible study, and train more ministers.

Protestant denominations differ in rejecting the Catholic faith and practice. Some churches, including Anglicans, Lutherans, tend to resemble their official Catholic ritual, while others, such as Baptists and Presbyterians, and the preservation of the very few have been rites and traditions of the Catholic Church.

Christians in the Roman Catholic and Orthodox, Protestant and respect and authority of the Bible and the doctrines and discrimination at an early date. Protestant denominations have distinctive approach "to justify what you can through faith alone, the priesthood of all believers, and the Bible in matters of faith and order." Most Protestant churches recognize only two sacraments, and directly to God - baptism and participation - rather than accept the seven holy Catholic Church.

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