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Protestant in Christianity topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishProtestantProt‧es‧tant /ˈprɒtəstənt $ ˈprɑː-/ noun [countable]  RRCa member of a part of the Christian Church that separated from the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th centuryProtestant adjectiveProtestantism noun [uncountable]
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ProtestantI was a Protestant in a Catholic community.Nor did divisions and bickering between Protestants lend prestige to their faith.For some people, fundamentalist Protestants most prominently, the issue likewise has been settled, but with the opposite verdict.The Council effectively recognized that in a number of important matters Protestants had been right and Catholics wrong.Leonard Calvert, however, was discreet and evidently did not scandalize the large number of Protestants in his company.From this religious dedication, which was not exclusive to Protestants, sprang the modern era's first experiments in popular power.By no means all the composers were Protestants.