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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Roman Catholic Church and Protestant Church in Europe Primary theological dissensions of the Protestant and Catholic reformations do not create a rift file- and-rank Protestants and Catholics in Europe today. Currently, majorities of both Roman Catholic church and Protestant Church believe that good work and faith are essential virtues of Christianity (Pew Research Centre n.p). Despite this position, the two extremes had major distinctions in the 19 th century. Generalization of Protestantism in the 19 th Century Protestantism of continental Europe in the 19 th century was characterized by several generalizations emerging from the somewhat unavoidable perplexing disposition of details. First disposition was the uttermost complexity in which the chapter leaves more painstaking and courageous readers in a bewildering state, in spite of attempts to omit significant movements that would form an essential plot of the story. Secondly, Protestantism showed a picture of abundant spiritedness. Partly, the absence of perspective and our nearness to the period contributes to the multiplicity of details that could create more significance (Latourette 1155). Evidently,

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