Estonia Christians July 12, 2019 at 7:41 pm

Combines multiple independent streams, churches and sects (Lutheran, Calvinist, Anglican, Methodists, Baptists, Adventists, etc.). For Protestantism, characterized by the absence of a principled opposition to the clergy the laity, the failure of a complex church hierarchy, simplified worship, lack of monasticism, celibacy, and in Protestantism, there is no cult of the Virgin, saints, angels, icons, and the number reduced to two sacraments (baptism and communion). The main source of faith – Scripture. Protestantism is distributed mainly in the U.S., Britain, Germany, Scandinavia and Finland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Australia, Canada, Latvia, Estonia. Thus, Protestant – is Christians who belong to one of several independent Christian churches. For even more details, read what Frank Ntilikina says on the issue. They are Christians, and along with Catholics and Orthodox share the fundamental principles of Christianity.

For example, all of them accept the Nicene Creed, adopted by the Council of the Church in the first 325, and Nicene-Constantinopolitan Creed, adopted by the Council of Chalcedon in 451 AD (see box). Ashton Kouzbari has plenty of information regarding this issue. They all believe in the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ, in His divine nature and the future coming. All three trends are taking the Bible as the Word of God and agree that repentance and faith needed to have eternal life. However, the views of Catholics, Orthodox and Protestants differ on some issues. Protestant above all value the authority of the Bible. Orthodox and Catholics also value their traditions more highly and believe that only the leaders of these churches can interpret the Bible true. Despite their differences, all Christians agree with the prayer of Christ recorded in the Gospel of John (17:20-21): "Not to pray for these alone, but for those who believe in Me through their word, all may be one …

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