Origin of Protestant
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How to use Protestant in a sentence
In some analyses, Catholics have no impact on literacy at all unless they faced direct competition for souls from Protestant missions.Martin Luther Rewired Your Brain - Issue 96: Rewired|Joseph Henrich|February 17, 2021|Nautilus
Twenty percent of South Korea’s 52 million people identify as Protestant and 8 percent as Catholic.
Today, about 40 percent of the country’s 300-member National Assembly are Protestant.
A Protestant minister and a Roman Catholic priest read prayers over the caskets.Fire on the Bay: 115 Years Ago This Month, a Deadly Explosion Rocked a Navy Ship|Randy Dotinga|July 14, 2020|Voice of San Diego
By contrast, wealthy New Yorkers from Protestant backgrounds generally escaped the ravages of cholera by fleeing to the country.
There were a few German Americans, a few Jews, and just five white Protestant aldermen.
The Protestant-run Bethany Home was set up in Dublin in 1921 and closed in 1972.Ireland’s ‘Mother and Baby Home’ Horror Goes Beyond Tuam’s Dead Infants|Patsy McGarry|June 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And mainline Protestant denominations find themselves shrinking.
Mainline Protestant denominations are in marked decline and Evangelical Christianity is in slow retrograde.
I am a white evangelical Protestant, or at least I was until persuaded to leave a couple of years ago.
Hugh Brady, appointed by patent in 1563, was a purely Protestant bishop.Ireland Under the Tudors, Vol. II (of 3)|Richard Bagwell
So, as he tells us, did one more Protestant pass over to the worship of Lucifer.Devil-Worship in France|Arthur Edward Waite
Sometimes Mazzini speaks as if he accepted the whole Protestant doctrine of individual judgment, and in a sense he does.The Life of Mazzini|Bolton King
It was a virtuous deed to slaughter Protestant men and women until they were all exterminated.Is Ulster Right?|Anonymous
But the new Protestant teachers were much more enthusiastic about the Bible.Stories That Words Tell Us|Elizabeth O'Neill
British Dictionary definitions for Protestant
- an adherent of Protestantism
- (as modifier)the Protestant Church
Cultural definitions for Protestant
A Christian belonging to one of the three great divisions of Christianity (the other two are the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church). Protestantism began during the Renaissance as a protest against the established (Roman Catholic) church (see also established church). That protest, led by Martin Luther, was called the Reformation, because it sprang from a desire to reform the church and cleanse it of corruption, such as the selling of indulgences.