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can anyone explain confucianism and protestants what are their beliefs?

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  1. KenLJW
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    Frankly theirs one Protestant Church, the Church of England, aka Angilcan or Epscopal. It was created by King Henry the VIII because the Pope would not grant hin a divorce, it was orginally identical to the Roman Catholic except it's Pope was the Arch Duke of Canterbury appointed by the Monark. Just because one follows the KJB does not make you protestant because it's the same as the Douay and Rhiems published about the same time. The main difference is all Catholic Churches, Roman, Orthodox, Angilcan, reserved the right to interpret scriptures while, at least for me, I resserve the right read, understand, and comprehend scriptures with the help of my Lords, but generally in any religions there's pastors, clerics, ect, that reserve the right to interprest scriptures for their flock.

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