Translation of Protestantism in Spanish:


protestantismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈprɑdəstəntˌɪzəm//ˈprɒtɪst(ə)ntɪz(ə)m/


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    protestantismo masculine
    • There was still no law against Protestantism but Mary was using her headship of the church to dismiss married clerics.
    • Before Marx was born, his father converted the family to German Protestantism in order to keep his job as lawyer.
    • Other observers refer to the surge of evangelical Protestantism as Latin America's Reformation.
    • In 1534, King Henry VIII of England established himself the leader of a new church of Protestantism that he tried to impose in Ireland.
    • He was sure, however, that nothing religiously or philosophically authentic could come from Protestantism.
    • Overall, how did this papacy influence Protestantism, particularly evangelicalism?
    • When she came to the throne, Elizabeth, who had known no other religion but Protestantism, set about to restore the Protestant faith in England.
    • From its earliest origins in the Reformation, Protestantism has emphasized the importance of faith over deeds.
    • Moreover, the democratization of Protestantism led to changes in the criteria for church membership.
    • In contrast with the established Church in Wales, attempts to promote Protestantism in Gaelic were late and half-hearted.
    • In the early twentieth century, the aggressive secularizers found an important ally in the leaders of liberal Protestantism, says Smith.
    • Most practice Anglicanism, Protestantism, and Roman Catholicism.
    • The gospel and Protestantism came late to this region.
    • In other words, evangelical Protestantism was a religion where every born-again child of God had the opportunity for a form of ministry.
    • He was now in the service of a king who viewed Protestantism as a serious threat to the social order and who actively prosecuted heretics.
    • Within Protestantism, especially the more fundamentalist churches, someone becomes a minister very quickly.
    • The shift is towards Pentecostal or evangelical Protestantism, by as much as 12 per cent in the third generation.
    • Historic Protestantism is different from evangelicalism in its current incarnation.
    • In the 20th century, Methodism did not escape the decline afflicting mainline Protestantism as a whole.
    • In the many worlds of evangelical Protestantism today there is enormous vitality - including theological vitality.