By: Alexis Lawson, Dylan Taber, Jocylin Twait
They share their beliefs with Christians' beliefs.
They believe in an afterlife, suffering and problem of evil, human nature and the purpose of existence, and have sacred natives.
This religion originated from Germany.
They believe in God and the bible is a sacred text. The Protestant Old Testament contains 39 books.
Protestant is one of the major branches of Christianity. Martin Luther made his first act of opinion with his 95 Theses.
In his 95 Theses he criticized Roman Catholic's practices and teaching. Luther's argument started Protestantism as a movement. This is a picture of one of the Protestant churches.
Important people in Protestantism
He was famous for forming the Protestant Reformation. He did this with his "95 Thesis." He nailed this to the door of a church.
He was head of the Church of England. The reason for being the leader of the church was to strengthen England's position in power.
He printed the bible. This made the beliefs and word more known.
Who, What, When, Where, Why
Where:In 2012 Protestantism is most practiced in United States (150,134,864 in 2012) and South Africa(36,865,000 in 2012)
When: is the 1600's.
What: Protestant is one of the three major branches of Christian Religion. In Christian Religion Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodoxy, Protestant.
Why: Protestantism was focused on reforming the beliefs and practices of the Roman Catholic Church.
Protestantism caused a lot of conflict between them and Roman Catholic. This stuggle was from 1517-1648.
Which is the best?
Back then there was always a conflict on who was most powerful, or "better" than the other religion.
The Protestant bible is like any Christian bible, except it is translated to the Jewish Hebrew bible.
Which is the best?
There was conflict over what was best for the people. It was important for them to be better than the other.
Luther made 95 Thesis and nailed it to the door of the church. It talked mostly about the Roman Catholic
This is what they city spidered a solid foundation. They considered the people in their church as their church family.