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One problem is there is no overall institutional voice for Protestants and no dominant Protestant thinker, such as the great Reinhold Niehbuhr.
Episcopalians, Presbyterians, Methodists and Lutherans -- the "mainline" denominations -- are distinctly more liberal on a number of moral issues than are Baptists, Pentecostals and those identifying with nondenominational Protestant groups.
reminds us that many of the problems with understanding the Protestant Ethic can be traced back to Talcott Parson's 1930 translation of it.
The second chapter, arguably Carenen's strongest and most fascinating, details the establishment of the ACPC as a liberal Protestant Zionist organization dedicated to political lobbying for a Jewish homeland.
Chair of the Orange Community Network Drew Nelson added: "Grand Lodge also believes the Protestant community in interface and borders areas has suffered disproportionately during the Troubles.
We do not believe that Christ is truly present in Protestant communion.
Though none of this was consciously directed against Protestants, it was a logical result of conditions in the devout Catholic society that developed in the state, and marginalisation of the Protestant, and other, minorities was an inevitable outcome.
In his preface to The Old Enemies: Catholic and Protestant in Nineteenth-Century English Culture, Michael Wheeler describes how twenty-four nineteenth-century pamphlets on "The Roman Catholic Question," uncovered in a used bookstore, led him to commence work on his most recent book.
In 1955, Will Herberg titled his landmark study of American religion Protestant Catholic Jew Today, he'd have to call it Protestant Catholic Unaffiliated Jew Mormon.
At first glance, Sea La Luz is a promising book; Juan Francisco Martinez writes that Latino Protestant converts "found spiritual vitality in their new faith, even as they struggled to define their space within both the Latino Catholic and the Anglo American Protestant communities" (1).
WASHINGTON -- Georgetown University will officially allow outside evangelical Protestant ministries back on campus in the next school year, according to an announcement May 7.
Protestant Nations Redefined: Changing Perceptions of National Identity in the Rhetoric of the English, Dutch and Swedish Public Churches, 1685-1772.
She explores how a scripture-based evangelical campaign to win the Irish masses for the Protestant establishment of church and state provoked a considerable response from the Catholic population, resulting in the formation of rival religious-based national identities.
The president has assiduously cultivated their support, an effort rewarded in 2004 when nearly 80 percent of evangelical Protestant voters and 52 percent of Catholics voters cast their ballots for Bush.
His Dominion" And The "Yellow Peril": Protestant Missions to Chinese Immigrants In Canada 1859-1967 by Jiwu Wang is a scholarly history of the interaction between Chinese Immigrants with Canadian Protestant missionaries, particularly with the role religion played enabling Chinese Immigrants to retain their cultural identity in an era when they were regarded with suspicion or even open hostility--the "Yellow Peril".