Do Protestants follow their tenants any more?
Baptist used to mean that you believe that you must be baptized. Methodist used to mean that you believe that the way you lived your life is most important. Presbyterian focused on authority, Adventist focused on Saturday as the true Sabbath. Is there a distinction now?
There are distinctions still but I am not so sure many of the congregants know their denominations history or why they do things the way they do. I go to a baptist church and I do understand the doctrine and history of the church. That said, I do not consider myself to be a baptist; I am a christian. if I moved to another town and needed to find another church I would be happy to include the Methodist church an the Presbyterian church etc. in my search
by Eric Dierker4 years ago
I belong to a church that is Vietnamese in Southern California. Right now we are not affiliated with any group, sect or denomination.I think it may be wrong to state I am a Christian. For I only try to be one and fall...
by augustine725 years ago
It is quite obvious that Catholics do not follow many things in the Bible. They look at the Church as the one that sets all standards. Why is it so?
by TheLifeExperiment6 years ago
Why are you a member of your religion? Were you given a choice?
by Phil Plasma6 years ago
What faith are you?I was brought up and continue to be Catholic. I go to church most Sundays and am active in my parish. How about you?
by Tonya Herald6 years ago
Just to see what people think from different religions. Please tell me what religion you are If you are okay with that and then answer the simple question of "Do you believe you should PUSH your religion on your...
by cooldad6 years ago
My personal opinion is that, YES, most Christians believe in God out of fear. And that starts when they are children. When a child is taken to church and told that he/she will burn eternally in the fiery...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.