Protestant

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Protestant

a. an adherent of Protestantism
b. (as modifier): the Protestant Church
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Our Protestantized society tends to view souls as being either deserving or unworthy of salvation, and all-or-nothing status.
Insofar as she seeks to advance this thesis, Blackburn begins her narration of the life of Hikkaduve quite cleverly by recounting the reason that he became a monk to begin with--not as a "rational," freethinking Protestantized individual, but as a child, placed in the sangha by his parents in response to a troubling horoscope after his birth.
Despite protecting its intellectual vibrancy and claim, the active political form of Turkish Islamism has turned into "conservatism," and because it gave in to liberal philosophy and the individualization of religious life it has got secularized and Protestantized.
The keepsake, one of the defining conventions of the sentimental, as Joanne Dobson argues in her delineation of sentimental style, may be understood as a Protestantized relic, an unacknowledged borrowing from Catholicism for the management of grief.