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Protestant and woman
Essentially all Protestant denominations hold marriage to be ordained by God for the union between a man and a woman.
Watkins was the first woman to be elected as the presiding minister of a mainline Protestant denomination.
Here he met Alwine Glienke, a German woman from a Protestant family, whom he married in 1921.
Following the Coronation, two important Acts were passed through parliament: the Act of Uniformity and the Act of Supremacy, establishing the Protestant Church of England and creating Elizabeth Supreme Governor of the Church of England ( Supreme Head, the title used by her father and brother, was seen as inappropriate for a woman ruler ).
It was owned by a Protestant woman with a Catholic husband.
In Protestant post-reformation countries, Tarot cards in particular used images of the legendary Pope Joan, linking in to the mythology of how Joan, disguised as a man, was elected to the papacy and was only supposedly discovered to be a woman when she gave birth.
McGuigan is a Roman Catholic, and at a time when Roman Catholics and Protestants were clashing during The Troubles in Northern Ireland, McGuigan married a Protestant woman, Sandra, and they have been married for 28 years.
Moore did not initially tell his parents of his marriage, possibly because his wife was an English Protestant, but more probably because his marriage to a woman without a dowry would not help his financial prospects.
Lawrence Kohlberg ( October 25, 1927 – January 19, 1987 ) was a Jewish American psychologist born in Bronxville, New York, he was the son of Alfred Kohlberg, a Jewish man, and of his second wife, Charlotte Albrecht, a Protestant woman.
He was married to a Protestant Christian woman and, despite his Hungarian background, he felt affiliated to German culture, writing in an autobiographical sketch, " When I reached the age of fifteen, I left the Jewish way of life and the study of the Torah ... Judaism remained a mere memory and since then I have always felt as a German and as a German only.
The Woman's Christian Temperance Union mobilized Protestant women for social crusades against liquor, pornography and prostitution, and sparked the demand for woman suffrage.
The crowned woman has variously been identified as Pope Joan ( a woman who according to a medieval and later Protestant myth had disguised herself as a man and been elected pope ; some cards also show a child, and the Pope Joan myth pictured her as found out when she gave birth during a papal procession ), as Mary, Mother of God, or even as Cybele, as Isis, or as Venus.
Cards with a woman wearing a papal tiara, produced during the Protestant Reformation, and apparent images of " Pope Joan " and her child, have been seen as a Protestant attempt to ridicule the office of the papacy and the Catholic faith.
In 1767 he gained great repute by his defence of a Protestant woman who, as a result of the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, had been abandoned by her Catholic husband.
The house had been allocated by Dungannon Rural District Council to a 19 year-old unmarried Protestant woman, Emily Beattie, who was the secretary of a local Unionist politician.
* 07 Apr 1994: A Protestant woman was found dead at the back of an abandoned house on Donegall Avenue, Belfast.
* 1866: Helenor M. Davison was ordained as a deacon by the North Indiana Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church, probably making her the first ordained woman in the Methodist tradition.
* 1880: Anna Howard Shaw was the first woman ordained in the Methodist Protestant Church, an American church which later merged with other denominations to form the United Methodist Church.
The Woman's Christian Temperance Union mobilized Protestant women for social crusades against liquor, pornography and prostitution, and sparked the demand for woman suffrage.
Conn Smythe was born on February 1, 1895, in Toronto to Albert Smythe, an Irish Protestant from County Antrim who immigrated to Canada in 1889, and Mary Adelaide Constantine, an English woman.
* The 2002 comedy film My Big Fat Greek Wedding portrayed the love story of a Greek American woman ( portrayed by Greek Canadian Nia Vardalos ) and a non-Greek American man ( specifically a White Anglo-Saxon Protestant ).
In January 2002, a scuffle between a Protestant and Catholic woman outside the school sparked a large-scale riot in the area.

Protestant and me
The family was Protestant, but for me it was only irksome and I let it go.
Since the Protestant clergy for the most part wear gray or some variant from the wholly black suit, my Roman collar and black garb usually identify me in England as a Roman Catholic cleric.
Again and again, with the Greek text in front of me and the NIV beside it, I discovered that the translators had another principle, considerably higher than the stated one: to make sure that Paul should say what the broadly Protestant and evangelical tradition said he said .... f a church only, or mainly, relies on the NIV it will, quite simply, never understand what Paul was talking about.
Most of them were Protestant, but I went to other churches because my parents wanted me to try to figure out things for myself.
He gave me a long memorandum, historical in character, on the past Irish story, which seemed to be somewhat one-sided, leaving out of view the important minority and the views and feelings of the Protestant and loyal portion of the people.
Protestant Christians usually use a version which reads " today you will be with me in Paradise ".
In turn the English novelist and poet Thomas Hardy saw the pyramid during a visit to the nearby Protestant Cemetery in 1887 and was inspired to write a poem, Rome: At the Pyramid of Cestius near the Graves of Shelley and Keats, in which he wondered: " Who, then was Cestius, / and what is he to me?
" On the question of continued requirements that the sovereign be a Protestant, Cameron added, " Let me be clear, the monarch must be in communion with the Church of England because he or she is the head of that Church.
If you ask me, do I think I ought to be an Anglican, the answer is that I probably ought to be a Roman Catholic, but I don't see any prospect of that happening ... I have a very Protestant mind ".
This hard-heartedness manifests itself in two significant antipathies towards women in Rowan's life: first towards his childhood friend Beatrice ( whom his mother calls " the black Protestant, the pervert's daughter "), and second towards Bertha herself, particularly for giving birth to their child out of wedlock: " There were tongues Dublin ready to tell her all, to embitter her withering mind still more against me and Bertha and our godless nameless child.

Protestant and over
`` All too frequently '', points out James O'Gara, managing editor of Commonweal, `` Catholics run roughshod over Protestant sensibilities in this matter, by failure to consider the reasoning behind the Protestant position and, particularly, by their jibes at the fact that Protestant opinion on birth control has changed in recent decades ''.
Members of higher and lower social status often cluster around this nucleus, so that Protestant figures on social class give the impression of spread over all social classes ; ;
Pope Paul III ( 1534 – 49 ), seeing that the Protestant Reformation was no longer confined to a few preachers, but had won over various princes, particularly in Germany, to its ideas, desired a council.
He remained to the end a staunch Catholic, though all Chemnitz had gone over to the Lutheran creed, and it is said that his life was ended by a fit of apoplexy brought on by a heated discussion with a Protestant divine.
He became afraid to act when the Catholic Church was forcibly reasserting control in Austria and Hungary and the Protestant princes became upset over this.
The Archbishop of Mainz presided over the Catholic body, or corpus catholicorum, while the Elector of Saxony presided over the Protestant body, or corpus evangelicorum.
Thus, even when the Electors of Saxony were Catholics during the eighteenth century, they continued to preside over the corpus evangelicorum, since the state of Saxony was officially Protestant.
Karl's father, Herschel Marx, was middle-class and relatively wealthy: the family owned a number of Moselle vineyards ; he converted from Judaism to the Protestant Christian denomination of Lutheranism prior to his son's birth, taking on the German forename of Heinrich over Herschel.
* Protestant Reformed Churches in America, a Protestant denomination of 27 churches and over 7, 000 members
In 2007, researchers Rita Monaldi and Francesco Sorti, drew popular attention to the claim, repeatedly made by historians over the centuries, that Innocent XI had secretly funded the resistance of the Protestant hero William of Orange to the French King, and even financed his overthrow of James II of England.
In 1830, the Methodist Protestant Church split from the Methodist Episcopal Church over the issue of laity having a voice and vote in the administration of the church, insisting that clergy should not be the only ones to have any determination in how the church was to be operated.
When he returned to Edinburgh, he found the Protestant nobles divided over what to do with Mary.
When accommodations were made in the Quebec Act in 1774 to address this and other issues, religious concerns were raised in the largely Protestant Thirteen Colonies over the advance of " popery ".
The religious views of the king of Bohemia, as Maximilian had been called since his recognition as the future ruler of that country in 1549, had always been somewhat uncertain, and he had probably learned something of Lutheranism in his youth ; but his amicable relations with several Protestant princes, which began about the time of the discussion over the succession, were probably due more to political than to religious considerations.
Western Christianity makes up about 90 % of Christians worldwide with the Roman Catholic Church accounting for over half, and various Protestant and related denominations make up another 40 %.
Although over fifty Roman Catholics bore closer blood relationships to Anne, the Act of Settlement 1701 prohibited Catholics from inheriting the British throne ; George was Anne's closest living Protestant relative.
In 1894, on the eve of the establishment of colonial rule, the schools of the kingdom, mainly led by the Protestant missions, were attended by over 200, 000 students.
Burghley was more cautious of military engagement while in a dilemma over his Protestant predilections.
In the second half of the 17th century renewed action against the Protestants in the isolated mountain valleys resulted in the expulsion of Protestant ministers with the peasants who would not give up Protestantism ; about 30, 000 chose compulsory emigration to Transylvania over conversion.
The Treaty was of national significance as it ensured closer British and Protestant dominance over Ireland.

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