Protestant synonyms

prŏt'ĭ-stənt
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Of or relating to the group in the Church of England that stresses personal conversion and salvation by faith.
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Designating or of a movement in Judaism that attempts to make rational thought compatible with historical Judaism, stressing its ethical aspects and not requiring strict observance of traditional Orthodox ritual
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Of, relating to, or adhering to the Baptist religious denomination.
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Of Congregationalism or Congregationalists
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Of or pertaining to congregationalism
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Improved or corrected, as in behavior or morals, or made better by the removal of errors, abuses, etc.
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Any member of the Church of England or of another church in the Anglican Communion
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The members of a Christian sect that separated from the Mennonites in the 17th cent.: in the U.S. since the 18th cent., the Amish favor plain dress and plain living, with little reliance on modern conveniences, in a chiefly agrarian society
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(Religion) A follower of Calvinism.
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Any member of the Protestant Episcopal Church
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Any member of a Lutheran Church
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An ancient prophet believed to have compiled a sacred history of the Americas, which was translated and published by Joseph Smith as the Book of Mormon in 1830.
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One of a Christian Protestant religious sect who do not marry, popularly so called from the movements of the members in dancing, which forms a part of their worship.
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A Christian who is not a Trinitarian.
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the Protestant churches and denominations collectively
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