Protestants


Protestants
   Dr Feeling aroused among, in connection with Quebec Act, 69. Ch Fanaticism of Huguenot agents, 86; had large share of trade, 110; proposed to exclude, 110. L Protestantism proscribed in Canada under the French régime, 12.

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  • Protestants — Protestantisme Sobriété : le petit temple de Waldersbach, l ancienne paroisse du pasteur Oberlin. Le protestantisme regroupe l ensemble des courants religieux chrétiens issus du catholicisme qui prennent naissance en Europe lors de la… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • PROTESTANTS — Up to World War II Seen in perspective, the attitude of the Protestant movement toward Jews and Judaism was ambivalent and unstable. For the earlier periods see luther , calvin , and reformation . By the beginning of the 18th century the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Protestants —    Germany s Protestant church had been split since the time of the Reformation into Lutheran and Reformed (Calvinist) confessions. Al though these were administratively merged in 1817 as the Evangelische Kirche, parishes still adhered to… …   Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik

  • Protestants —    Early Protestant preachers and practitioners include the Cathars in the 13th century. In the early 15th century, a Carmelite monk, William of Hildernisse, preached doctrines that recalled those of John Wycliffe. The bishop of Cambrai compelled …   Historical Dictionary of Brussels

  • Protestants — Christians but not Roman Catholics or members of the Eastern Orthodox Church. In consequence of the protest against the decree of the Diet of Spires (or Spire or Speiers), held in Germany, under the Emperor Charles V, in 1529, the followers of… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • PROTESTANTS —    a name given to the adherents of Luther, who, at the second Diet of Spires in 1529, protested against the revocation of certain privileges granted at the first Diet in 1526 …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • protestants — Prot·es·tant || prÉ’tɪstÉ™nt n. member of the Protestant sect of Christianity adj. of the Protestant sect of Christianity, of the sect that separated from the Catholic Church during the Reformation …   English contemporary dictionary

  • protestants — Those who adhered to the doctrine of Luther; so called because, in 1529, they protested against a decree of the emperor Charles V and of the diet of Spires, and declared that they appealed to a general council. The name is now applied… …   Black's law dictionary

  • PROTESTANTS — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mangalorean Protestants — Regions with significant populations South Canara (India) 60,434 …   Wikipedia