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Please feel free to add additional questions that would help a Protestant person write a more complete personal history.

  • What protestant denomination are you?
  • Have you always been such or have you changed and why?
  • Did you and your family regularly attend services on Sunday?
  • What chapels did you attend church services in?
  • Were you involved in the services?
  • Where and when were you Christened and by whom?
  • Did you attend any Christian schools?
  • Were you involved in any Christian youth groups?
  • Any memorable youth activities you can recall?
  • Did you regularly study the Bible?
  • Have any thoughts of becoming a Preacher?
  • Are there any church leaders that left an impression on you?
  • What were your feelings about the Church as you were growing up?
  • What are they today?
  • Are you active in the church today and if not why not?
  • What are your feelings towards people of other faiths?
  • Any parts of Christian theology that you would like to comment on?
  • Which church leaders has had the greatest influence on you?
  • Are there any other protestants that have made an impression on you?
  • Is there any protestant literature that has an influence on you?
  • If you were converted from some other denomination, describe the how it happened.
  • Witnessed any miracles that you would like to relate?
  • Have you ever been involved in any protestant relief efforts?
  • Is there any advise you would like to give to your family in relation to the Church?
  • Do you think religion has any roll in politics?

 

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