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  • The Protestant Reformation is also referred to as the German Reformation, Protestant Revolution, Protestant Revolt, and, in Germany, the Lutheran Reformation. The process of reform had decidedly different causes and effects in England, where it gave rise to Anglicanism. — “Protestant Reformation”,
  • Definition of Protestant in the Dictionary. Meaning of Protestant. Who is/Who was Protestant. What does Protestant mean? Proper usage and pronunciation (in phonetic transcription) of the word Protestant. Information about. — “Who is/was / What does Protestant mean? definition”,
  • Protestantism is a movement within Christianity, representing a split from the Roman Catholic Church during the mid to late Renaissance in Europe —a period known as the Protestant Reformation. Commonly considered one of the three major branches. — “Protestant - ”,
  • Branch of Christianity. Protestants believe that Jesus is the head of the Church. They reject Papal authority and the percieved excesses of the Cat. — “Urban Dictionary: protestant”,
  • Commonly considered one of the three major branches of Christianity (along with Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy); the term "Protestant" represents a diverse range of theological and social perspectives, churches and related organizations. Contents. — “Christianity / history of christianity / protestant”, christianity-
  • The doctrines of the various Protestant denominations vary, but nearly unanimous The term Protestant is derived from the Latin protestari [1][2]. — “Protestant - Reference”,
  • User-edited article discusses about one of the important denominations of Christianity, the Protestant. Provides the origins, five Solas, and the later development. Also mentions few notable Protestant religious figures. — “Protestantism - Wikipedia”,
  • Characteristic Protestant principles. However vague and indefinite the creed of individual Protestants may be, The above considerations show that the first Protestant principle, free judgment, never influenced the Protestant masses at large. — “Protestantism - Catholic Encyclopedia”,
  • The word Protestant is derived from the Latin protestatio, meaning declaration. Today there is a growing movement of Protestants that reject the designation "Protestant" because of its negative "anti-Catholic" connotations,. — “Protestantism - New World Encyclopedia”,
  • "To people of all nationalities the first Protestants bequeathed in spite of themselves a heritage of spiritual freedom and equality, the consequences of which are still working themselves out in the world today." -Stephen Ozment, "Protestants". — “Protestant Beliefs: Three Historic Key Reformation Doctrines”,
  • The Protestant Reformed Churches are Calvinistic and hold to the three Creeds: Heidelberg Catechism, Canons of Dordt, and the Netherlands (Belgic) Confession. — “Protestant Reformed Churches in America”,
  • Protestantism n. Adherence to the religion and beliefs of a Protestant church. The religion and religious beliefs fostered by the Protestant. — “Protestantism: Definition from ”,
  • Definition of word from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games. Definition of PROTESTANT. 1. capitalized a : any of a group of German princes and cities presenting a defense of freedom of conscience against an edict of the Diet of. — “Protestant - Definition and More from the Free Merriam”, merriam-
  • The term Protestant originally applied to the group of princes and imperial cities who protested the decision by the 1529 Diet of Speyer to reverse course and enforce of the 1521 Edict of Worms. The 1521 edict forbade Lutheran teachings within the Holy Roman Empire. — “Protestant - Definition”,
  • Protestant definition, any Western Christian who is not an adherent of a Catholic, Anglican, or Eastern Church. See more. — “Protestant | Define Protestant at ”,
  • PROTESTANT, the generic name for an adherent of those Churches which base their teaching on the principles of the Reformation. The name Protestant seems to have been first applied to the protesting princes by their opponents, and it soon came to be used indiscriminately of. — “Protestant - LoveToKnow 1911”, 1911
  • The term Protestant is often used loosely to denote all non-Roman Catholic varieties of Trinitarian Protestant denominations are divided according to the position taken on Baptism:. — “Protestantism - Religion-wiki”,
  • Definition of Protestant in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Protestant. Pronunciation of Protestant. Translations of Protestant. Protestant synonyms, Protestant antonyms. Information about Protestant in the free online English dictionary and. — “Protestant - definition of Protestant by the Free Online”,
  • This is an Apologetics site with questions and answers relating to the tenets of the Protestant Reformation. — “ - The plain truth about Protestantism”,
  • Encyclopedia article of Protestant at compiled from comprehensive and current sources. — “Protestant encyclopedia topics | ”,
  • Since that time, the term has been used in many different senses, but not as the official title of any church until it was assumed (1783) by the Protestant Episcopal Church (since 1967 simply the Episcopal Church) in the United States, the American branch of the Anglican Communion. — “”,
  • Protestant (a modern Christian denomination not belonging to the Catholic or Orthodox This Dutch entry was created from the translations listed at Protestant. — “protestant - Wiktionary”,

Videos

  • John Piper - The Protestant Work Ethic "Greatness, Humility, Servanthood" Mark 10:32-45 August 30, 2009 Full video @:
  • THE CHURCH JESUS CHRIST FOUNDED. Catholic?Protestant?Bible? One, true, original. Which was first? If your love of TRUTH is as strong as your love of Christ, you must investigate the claims made in these presentations. Our obedience to Him requires it. Additional resources: EWTN Marcus Grodi Scott Hahn ...
  • #1: Is the Protestant Bible Missing Seven Books? See Part #2 here: The Deuterocanonical books: Baruch, Judith, Wisdom, Ecclesiasticus/Sirach, 1 and 2 Maccabees, and Tobit. These have always been in the Bible. Why did the Jews of 90 AD take them out? Why did Protestants in 1530 AD follow their lead and also take them out? By what authority did either group censure the Word of God? Interesting Web Sites: To see a real photo of Tobit in Hebrew written on parchment from the Dead Sea Scrolls, go to this link and click on "Scrolls" and then click on the little picture of the far right scroll fragment (at the bottom of the page): A great video on the DC's:
  • Orthodox answers to Protestants confusion Part 2 Part 2 of the series, explaining the difference between the tradition of God which the bible commands that we keep, and the traditions of men which many churches have confused with the traditions of God
  • Catholic Bible vs. Protestant Bible Learn why Catholics and Protestants have different versions of the Bible. This video and the research that preceded it was inspired by the YouTube user "deliveringit" and his video on the subject: I would like to dedicate this video to him. Thank you brother, God bless you.
  • EWTN Live - Protestant Theology - Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ with David Anders - 06-23-2010
  • FiNews #13: Neil Babcox - Protestant Pastor becomes Catholic Ave Maria! In this continuation to Neil Babcox's previous video he describes how after being a Protestant Pastor for over 30 years, he leaves all to receive the pearl of great price, the Most Blessed Sacrament. Neil entered the Catholic Church and received his first Holy Communion with great joy on the Solemnity of All Saints, November 1, 2006. Now he radiates faith in the Real Presence and love for His eucharistic Lord. For his first Easter in the Catholic Church, Neil made a retreat at Mount St. Francis Hermitage run by the Franciscans of the Immaculate and shared his love for the Blessed Sacrament with . Neil appearanced on EWTN, Marcus Grodi's The Journey Home on May 21st. Ave Maria!
  • The Protestant Reformation - Part 2
  • Dara Ó Briain - Catholic & Protestant Mixed Marriage (Full) Recorded live @ the Apollo (06/07/05)
  • RD25 - Catholic vs. Protestant The Catholic returns to discuss the end times with the Evangelical Christian.
  • Questions Protestants Can't Answer #2-If a man has faith but has not works, can his faith save him? John Martignoni, President and Founder of the Bible Christian Society, brings us the second edition of the video series "Questions Protestants Can't Answer." In this edition, he explores the question of whether a faith devoid of works, is a saving faith. Be sure to subscribe so you'll be notified each time we release a new video in the series. And be sure to check out all the free apologetics materials at !
  • Bristol - Abbey (Protestant Church) - Psalm 148: "O Praise The Lord of Heaven" Bristol Cathedral began life as a Norman abbey church, became an Anglican Cathedral after the Dissolution in 1539, and was almost entirely rebuilt in the neo-Gothic style in the late 19th century. History: Bristol Cathedral began as Abbey in 1140. The chapterhouse, still standing, dates from 1165. The Norman abbey church was rebuilt from 1298 onwards, but the new church was still incomplete at the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1539 when its nave was demolished. In 1542 the church was made the cathedral of a new Diocese of Bristol and was dedicated to the Holy and Undivided Trinity. The nave was eventually built during the 19th century and the building was completed by two towers at the west end in 1888. Names: Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity in Bristol; Bristol Cathedral Type of site: Cathedral Faith: Christian Faith (Anglican Church) Status: Active Dates: 1140; 1888 Architecture: Norman and neo-Gothic Location: College Green, Bristol, England BS1 5TJ Bus: 8 or 9 Phone: 01179/264 879 Website: www.bristol- Services: Sunday: 7.40am Morning Prayer; 8.00am Holy Communion; 10.00am Cathedral Eucharist; 3.30pm Choral Evensong. Weekdays: Morning Prayer at 8.30am; Eucharist at 12.30pm; Evensong at 5.15pm (Saturdays at 3.30pm)
  • IRA Rebel Songs - Those "Protestant" Men IRA Rebel Song/Songs.. Protestant Men It was back in history's page, the story's told of a Napper Tandy brave and bold With his scarlet and green, he then was seen with his big long gun his fighting men And they beat at the drum, they fired their gun and they shook the English establishment And the Lords and the Peers they then put fears and Grattan got his Parliament So here's to those great Protestant Men Who gave their lives to free our land All the people sang their praises then For those brave United Irishmen In Belfast town there lived a man and his name was Samuel Neilson A minister's son, Presbyterian, and the paper called the Northern Star There was Henry Joy, the Green Volunteers and Thomas Russell and McCabe and McTeir And to them was known a man Wolfe Tone and they formed the first United Men So here's to those great Protestant Men Who gave their lives to free our land All the people sang their praises then For those brave United Irishmen So you sow your laws with dragons teeth and soon you'll see that you've sowed the seeds of bigotry Be Englands fool divide they'll rule so they set to break the United Men And they killed them in the fields and some in jail and some upon the Gallows high When Willie Orr died his very last cry was "Unite and fight brave Irishmen" So here's to those great Protestant Men Who gave their lives to free our land All the people sang their praises then For those brave United Irishmen Cast dissensions to the wind let all men lend to ...
  • Monty Python The Meaning of Life - "Every Sperm Is Sacred" This is the Monty Python song taken from the movie "The Meaning of Life."
  • Catholic VS Protestant Bible The difference between the Catholic and Protestant Bible and where the Bible comes from.
  • CLOGHER PROTESTANT BOYS, @ THEIR ANNUAL PART 1 OF 4. Clogher Protestant Boys Flute Band, Marching At Their Annual Parade, On Saturday 1st August 2009, In Waringstown, county Down, Northern Ireland. This Video Was Created By BANDS AND
  • Loyalist Songs - The Protestant Boys Protestant Boys The Protestant Boys are Loyal and True, Stout-hearted in battle and stout-handed too; The Protestant Boys are true to the last, And faithful and peaceful when danger has passed. And oh! they bear And proudly wear The colours that floated o'er many a fray, Where cannons were flashing And sabres were clashing, And Protestant boys still carried the day. When James half a bigot, and more of a knave, With masses and Frenchmen and land would enslave; The Protestant boys for liberty drew And showed with the Orange their Banner of Blue. And Derry well Their might can tell, Who first in their ranks did the Orange display; The Boyne had no shyers, And Aughrim no flyers, And Protestant boys still carried the day. When treason was rampant and traitors were strong, And law was defied by a vile rebel throng, When thousands were banded the throne to cast down, The Protestants rallied and stood by the Crown. And oft in fight, By day and night, They 'countered the rebels in many a fray, Where red pikes were bristling, And bullets were whistling, And Protestant boys still carried the day. And still does the fame of their glory remain, Unclouded by age and undimmed by a stain; And ever and ever their cause we'll uphold - The cause of the true and the trusted and bold. And scorn to yield, Or quit the field, While over our heads the old colours play, And traitors shall tremble Whene'er we assemble, For Protestant boys shall carry the day. The Protestant boys are loyal and true ...
  • Introduction to the Protestant Reformed Churches A very informative and well thought out introduction to the Protestant Reformed Churches (PRC).
  • Protestant-Catholic Dialog 1 of 10 Catholic Apologist, Vic Scaravilli, and Protestant Pastor, Doug Hallock meet to respectfully discuss two questions every Christian should consider. If you've wondered why there are so many denominations or practices among Christian churches, this Dialogue might interest you. The two presenters offer answers to two key questions: 1. Where does ultimate authority reside regarding the beliefs, worship, and practice of the Christian faith? 2. By what criteria should a Christian judge a local congregation, church, or ministry group to be faithful to Christ and His teachings since they often contradict one another in doctrine and practice? This discussion was conducted before a mixed audience of Catholics and evangelical Protestants.
  • Questions Protestants Can't Answer #3 - How are we justified? By faith alone? John Martignoni, President and Founder of the Bible Christian Society, presents another installment in a video series on questions which Protestants cannot answer in a logically consistent, theologically consistent, Scripturally consistent way. Today's question asks how we are justified, and whether there is Scriptural evidence for the idea that it is by faith alone. Be sure to check out all the free apologetics materials at . And be sure to subscribe, so you can be notified each time a new video is released!
  • CLOGHER PROTESTANT BOYS FLUTE BAND PENNY ARCADE KVFB 2009 CLOGHER
  • Weber's Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Captialism Explains one of the more tricky bits of the Sociology of Beliefs in Society (formerly Sociology of Religion). You will learn things that will keep irritating people away from you at parties. Just tell 'em all about predestination. Written using Sociology: Themes and Perspetives (7th edition) by Haralambos and Holborn.
  • Theology of Monty Python - Every Sperm is Sacred Julia Sweeney on God - This American Life The Monty Python take on Catholics and Protestants views of birth control theology. Every Sperm is Sacred There are Jews in the world. There are Buddhists. There are Hindus and Mormons, and then There are those that follow Mohammed, but I've never been one of them. I'm a Roman Catholic, And have been since before I was born, And the one thing they say about Catholics is: They'll take you as soon as you're warm. You don't have to be a six-footer. You don't have to have a great brain. You don't have to have any clothes on. You're A Catholic the moment Dad came, Because Every sperm is sacred. Every sperm is great. If a sperm is wasted, God gets quite irate. Every sperm is sacred. Every sperm is great. If a sperm is wasted, God gets quite irate. Let the heathen spill theirs On the dusty ground. God shall make them pay for Each sperm that can't be found. Every sperm is wanted. Every sperm is good. Every sperm is needed In your neighbourhood. Hindu, Taoist, Mormon, Spill theirs just anywhere, But God loves those who treat their Semen with more care. Every sperm is sacred. Every sperm is great. If a sperm is wasted, God gets quite irate. Every sperm is sacred. Every sperm is good. Every sperm is needed In your neighbourhood! Every sperm is useful. Every sperm is fine. God needs everybody's. Mine! And mine! And mine! Let the Pagan spill theirs O'er mountain, hill, and plain. God shall strike them down for Each sperm ...
  • Way - Protestant Church: "Psalm L***IV" - Anglican Choir Names: Iffley Church; Anglican Episcopal Church, Parish Church Type of site: Parish Church Faith: Cristian (Anglican Church of England) Status: Active Date: 1170 Architecture: Norman (Romanesque) with an Early English chancel Location: Church Way, Iffley village, south Oxford,...
  • The Wolfe Tones - Protestant Men British propaganda paints the conflict in the north of Ireland to the world as a religious conflict between Catholics and Protestants. This is false. The British occupation of Ireland is the root cause of the conflict, not religion. This video details some of the many Protestant Irish republicans who founded Irish Republicansim and fought against British rule in Ireland. This song is about the United Irishmen rebellion in 1798 when Protestants and Catholics joined forces to try to free Ireland from British rule. Many Protestants throught the centuries have played important roles in the Republican movment, right from its foundation. The Orange in the Irish tricolour represents Protestants, The founding father of Irish Republicanism, Wolfe Tone was a Protestant. Pics also include some of the many protestant republicans throughout the centuries. Pics of Protestant Republicans (in order) - James Napper Tandy- United Irishmen Robert Erskine Childers- Sinn Féin Henry Joy McCracken- United Irishmen Theobald Wolfe Tone- United Irishmen (and founder of Irish republicanism) John Mitchell - Young Irelanders Charles Stewart Parnell - Irish Parlimentary Party Noel Lyttle- INLA Jack White - IRA George Plant- IRA Ronnie Bunting - INLA John Martin - Young Irelanders Lord Edward FitzGerald - United Irishmen Robert Emmet - United Irishmen The IRA had many protestant members. The IRA in Belfast had Protestant commanders nicknamed 'The Prod Squad' This included Billy Smith, Rex Thompson and ...
  • York - Protestant Cathedral: "Psalm VIII" - Anglican Choir York Minster Anglican Church is a Gothic Cathedral in York, England and is one of the largest of its kind in Northern Europe alongside Cologne Cathedral. The Minster is the seat of the bishop of York, the second-highest office of the Church of England, and is cathedral for the Diocese of York; it is run by a Dean and Chapter under the Dean of York. The formal title of York Minster is The Cathedral and Metropolitan Church of St Peter in York. The English Reformation led to the first Anglican archbishop, the looting of much of the cathedral's treasures, and the loss of much of the church lands. Under Elizabeth I there was a concerted effort to remove all traces of the Roman Catholic Church from the cathedral; there was much destruction of tombs, windows, and altars. In the English Civil War the city was besieged and fell to the forces of Cromwell in 1644, but Thomas Fairfax prevented any further damage to the cathedral. Location: York Full Name: Cathedral and Metropolitan Church of St Peter County: North Yorkshire Country: England Denomination: Church of England Province: York Diocese: York Diocese created: 314 Bishop: John Sentamu Dean Very Revd Keith Jones
  • East Belfast Protestant Boys Flute Band East Belfast Protestant Boys FB @ Banbridge on friday 12-09-08.
  • SPB (Shankill Protestant Boys) Flute Band @ Tobermore SPB -- Shankill Protestant Boys Flute Band singing The Sash at Tobermore Loyal's parade on Saturday 12th. September 2009.
  • "New Exodus of Protestants Coming Home to Rome" Part 1 of 2 Since 1998, we have seen the first signs of an avalanche of conversions and re-conversions. This year 2009 over 150000 joined the Roman Catholic Church, an increased of 80000 from last year who converted to the Catholic Church in the US alone. In 1998, more than 88000 Protestants were received into the Catholic Church (and more than 73000 adults were baptized, many of them from Protestant backgrounds) and the Protestants [now] coming into the Church are the most devoted Protestants, people deeply committed to Scripture and prayer. What accounts for this Protestant exodus at the twilight of the 20th century? SOURCES: "A River Runs to It: A New Exodus of Protestants Streams to Rome" By: Brand Wilcox US Dioceses to Welcome 150000 New Catholics on Easter Eve & Easter Sunday April 11 & 12, 2009 ABOUT THE SISTERS Prayer Request or Vocation Info: DO YOU WANT AN AUTHENTIC PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD 24/7? Thanks and God Bless to you all! Bro. Jun(ior)
  • FiNews #12: Neil Babcox - Protestant Pastor becomes Catholic Ave Maria! After being a Protestant Pastor for over 30 years, first in a nondenominational church and then in three Presbyterian churches, Neil Babcox makes the journey home to the Catholic Faith on the Solemnity of All Saints, November 1, 2006. While most Protestant converts find Catholic devotion to Our Lady an extremely difficult obstacle to becoming Catholic, for Neil it was just the opposite: Her irresistible tenderness drew him into the fullness of Christ's Church. Neil spent his first Easter with the Franciscans of the Immaculate and shared his story with in two episodes. Watch Neil in this first episode as he shares how the Immaculate brought him home; he also was on EWTN, Marcus Grodi's The Journey Home on May 21st 2007 where Neil shared more of his story. Ave Maria!
  • Clergy Speak Out Against the War on Drugs Protestant, Catholic and Jewish Clergy Speak Out Against "The War On Drugs" Produced by Mike Gray, mike- of Common ... all » Sense for Drug Policy, with help from Chuck Thomas of Unitarian Universalists for Drug Policy Reform, and the Interfaith Drug Policy Initiative. See extended interviews at For more information, or to request copies of the DVD, please visit IDPI at www.idpi.us
  • Protestant Chat Calling all faithful Catholics. Man, are we in a mess. When Protestants start thinking Catholics are just as good as they are, there's a problem.
  • Monty Python The Meaning of Life - The Protestant View A scene from the 1983 Monty Python classic "The Meaning of Life". *The end got cut off and he actually says "Multiply everywhere".
  • Protestant Vs Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo ፕሮቴስታንታዊ ጀሃድ This is copyrighted video, so please do not download or copy it.
  • Orthodox answers to Protestants confusion Part 4 Part 4 of the series
  • Shankill Protestant Boys - The Twelfth, Belfast, 2010 These clips show the band in the morning in the Lisburn Road and in the afternoon in Bedford Street on the return from the field. The final two clips were taken in Royal Avenue. This band is probably the largest of a new breed of megaband. I make it twenty-two snares - the same number as was used for this year's Trooping the Colour, and they had two corps of drums and five military bands! You certainly get a lot for your money with this band.
  • Protestant Church - Processional Hymn Anglican Church (Church of England) Serie: Cathedral
  • The Protestant Reformation - Part 1
  • Western Civilization and Protestants Learn the truth about the decline of Western Civilization
  • Questions Protestants Can't Answer #1 - Is a Dead Body Really a Body? John Martignoni, President and Founder of the Bible Christian Society, introduces a new video series called Questions Protestants Can't Answer. This series will explore questions to which Protestants cannot provide a logically consistent, theologically consistent, scripturally consistent answer. In this first episode, John explores the question, Is a Dead Body Really a Body? and looks to Scripture for the answer - as well as exploring the implications for those who believe in the doctrine of sola fide or salvation by faith alone. Check out all the great free apologetics resources at . Be sure to click the "subscribe" button up above the video player so you'll be notified anytime we add a new video!