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To: Cronos

“Protestants — that umbrella terminology that is used by groups as diverse as calvinists, unitarians, anglicans, lutherans, pentecostals, christian scientists or even those saying they are the fruit of the reformation like Seventh Day Adventists or the 4th generation protestants like Mormons or other Great Apostasy theology proponents are unified in only one belief and that is not a belief in Christ in the Trinitarian sense... “

I agree. I think the use of the word “Protestants” is too broadly applied. “Protestants” in my opinion should refer to those who basically agree with the 95 theses posted by Luther. Instead, it basically means “not-a-Roman-Catholic.”


27 posted on 11/18/2010 10:57:06 AM PST by Persevero (Homeschooling for Excellence since 1992)
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To: Persevero

yes, that’s my point. Within each of these groups there is unity, but among the umbrella term or even in the particular sense you use it, there is a lot of diversity on basic dogma, which is why they are separate groups. If one don’t agree with Catholic dogma, one is free to leave.


29 posted on 11/18/2010 9:51:27 PM PST by Cronos (This Church is Holy,theOne Church,theTrue Church,theCatholic Church - St. Augustine)
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