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  1. Mainline Christian groups are often more accepting of other beliefs and faiths, affirm the ordination of women, and have become increasingly affirming of gay ordination. Nearly one-third of mainline Protestants call themselves conservative, and most local mainline congregations have a strong, active conservative element.

  2. Nonconformist (Protestantism), the state of Protestants in England and Wales who do not adhere to the Church of England; Nonconformity to the world, a Christian principle important especially among Anabaptist groups; Other. Nonconformity (quality), a term in quality management; A type of unconformity in geology

  3. Apr 25, 2017 · In the case of the monarchy for example, only Protestants may become king or queen (although they are now free to marry Catholics without losing their succession to the throne). Additionally, the Church of England is the state church of that country and the monarch swears an oath to protect both the Church of England and the Church of Scotland.

  4. Jan 20, 2021 · One-in-five U.S. adults say it is “very important” for the president to have strong religious beliefs, and 14% say it is very important to have a president who shares their own religious beliefs, according to a February 2020 Pew Research Center survey. A far higher share (63%) say it is very important to have a president who personally ...

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