anti-protestantism

Protestantism

[prot-uh-stuhn-tiz-uhm]
noun
2.
the Protestant churches collectively.
3.
adherence to Protestant principles.

Origin:
1640–50; Protestant + -ism

anti-Protestantism, noun
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Protestantism (ˈprɒtɪstənˌtɪzəm)
 
n
1.  the religion or religious system of any of the Churches of Western Christendom that are separated from the Roman Catholic Church and adhere substantially to principles established by Luther, Calvin, etc, in the Reformation
2.  the Protestant Churches collectively
3.  adherence to the principles of the Reformation

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