Posts Tagged ‘Protestant’

Jesus’ teaching about eternal life

What do Christians believe about eternal life?

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Jesus’ teaching about eternal life

What do Christians believe about eternal life?

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What happens to us after death has been the theme of many a book and film – it is a subject that has fascinated people from the beginning of time. Some people hope that heaven is a real place, where they’ll be reunited with loved […]

Denominations

Why are there different denominations?

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Denominations

Why are there different denominations?

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Over the years, the Christian church has divided into different groups called denominations. Although they share the same basic beliefs, or creed, the way they do things can be very different. This family tree shows how each new denomination branched out from an older one. […]

Divorce

What is the Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox view of Divorce?

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Divorce

What is the Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox view of Divorce?

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A Protestant view of divorce Protestants believe that Jesus’ teaching on marriage and divorce in the New Testament shows the ideal way to which all Christians should aspire. They accept, however, that sometimes humans fall short of this ideal, because we live in a fallen world, […]

TUDORS

What was the Reformation?

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TUDORS

What was the Reformation?

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The story of the Reformation in England is really two stories at once. The first one is a story about ordinary people. The second is about Kings and Queens, and how they made changes in the way the Church worshipped and worked. Right through this […]

Tudors

Why was Martin Luther so important for the Christian church?

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Tudors

Why was Martin Luther so important for the Christian church?

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In 1505, when he was 22 years old, Martin Luther became a monk. He entered the cloister of the strict Augustinian order in the German town of Erfurt. Unbeknown to anyone, Martin’s actions were to start a split in the medieval church which would eventually […]

William Tyndale

Why was it important to translate the Bible into English?

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William Tyndale

Why was it important to translate the Bible into English?

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Today, English has become the international language. In Tudor times, it was Latin that was used, especially amongst scholars. This meant that many books were not available in English – including the Bible. The ordinary people who did not speak Latin therefore could not read […]

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