Why Do Protestants Hate Catholics?


Anti-Protestantism originated in a reaction by the Catholic Church against the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century. Protestants were denounced as heretics and subject to persecution in some territories, such as Spain, Italy and the Netherlands, in which the Catholics were the dominant power. This movement was orchestrated by Popes and Princes as the counter reformation.
Q&A Related to "Why Do Protestants Hate Catholics?"
Because they 'protest' at what the Catholics believe. Catholics do not 'hate' Protestants, they disagree with Protestants on some matters of theology, liturgy and Biblical interpretation
Most of the animosity comes from basic human nature when dealing
They all belong to their create your own religion sects. They reject the only Church founded by Jesus and not only reject it but protest its very existence and veracity. This is evidence
Catholics genuflect to show respect to Jesus. They don't genuflect for Good Friday services because they believe that he is not in the church at that time. They also don't do it right
1 Additional Answer
It is difficult to generalize the feelings and attitudes of one’s religious group to another. The Protestants separated from the Catholic Church in the 1600’s as they viewed them as non-believers, and did not approve of the lavish lives which the Catholic priests lived. However, opinions of individuals vary depending on what they see, hear, feel and experience.
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