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When were Protestants first called 'Protestants' and what were they, originally, protesting about?

The year was 1529, the event was the Second Diet of Speyer, and the particular matter that brought about labeling of Evangelicals as 'Protestants' was their objecting to undemocratic religious ...
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When were Protestants first called 'Protestants' and what were they, originally, protesting about?

To attempt to add clarification about the Protestant name and who gave it to whom, this is from here. The "Letter of Protestation" was signed by Johann, Elector of Saxony, Georg, Margrave ...
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Where did the formula, "Good works are the fruits of faith," originate?

OP: Where in Christian history did the saying, "Good works are the fruits of faith," originate? While not specifically using that phrase, the concept that good fruit comes from Godly faith ...
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