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Robb S. Harvey (with special thanks to Mark DeVries and Stuart Gordon). 2009. Protestant Reformation [electronic resource]. The First Amendment Encyclopedia, Middle Tennessee State University (accessed Apr 01, 2023). -amendment/article/1064/protestant-reformation




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as a noun, in the broadest sense, "member or adherent of a Christian body descended from the Reformation of the 16c. and repudiating papal authority," 1539, from German or French protestant, from Latin protestantem (nominative protestans), present participle of protestari (see protest (n.)).


Often contemptuous shortened form Prot is from 1725, in Irish English. Related: Protestancy. Protestant (work) ethic (1926) is taken from Max Weber's work "Die protestantische Ethik und der 'Geist' des Kapitalismus" (1904). Protestant Reformation attested by 1680s.


"protesting, making a protest," by 1844, from French or directly from Latin protestantem, present participle of protestari "declare publicly, testify, protest" (see protest (n.)). Usually distinguished by pronunciation, if it is used at all, from Protestant. 041b061a72


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