Protestant Faith

The Protestant faiths began around the 16th century when certain religious members protested the traditionally accepted Christian faith. These people initiated the development of new religious beliefs that expanded into three distinct religious sects: Baptists; Methodists; and Presbyterians.  Collectively, these three groups are known as Protestants.

Today, there are numerous denominations classed within the Protestant faith, including Knox Presbyterians and Pentecostals.

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