Difference Between Sacrament And Protestant Churches

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According to Penney (1995), the protestant denominations, the Roman Catholic and the Orthodox churches have different ways of worship. One of the biggest differences is noticed in the sacrament celebration. The Roman Catholic Church as well as the Orthodox Church accepts the seven sacraments while many of protestant churches accept two sacraments that include baptism as well as Holy Communion. Denominations like the Salvation Army do not have any sacraments. Another difference is how they conduct their services and how they worship; for example, the Catholics dip a figure in blessed waters as they enter the church. The Catholic book of service is referred to as missal. Their service includes hymns, prayers sermons as well as readings. The Orthodox

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