Lebanon Protestants

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Lebanon - Protestants


The Protestants in Lebanon were converted by missionaries, primarily English and American, during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. They are divided into a number of denominations, the most important being Presbyterian, Congregational, and Anglican. Typically, Lebanese Protestants are educated and belong to the professional middle class. They constitute less than 1 percent of the population and live primarily in Beirut.

You can read more regarding this subject on the following websites:

Lebanese Protestant Christians - Wikipedia
Christianity in Lebanon - Wikipedia
Lebanon's Geography: Christian Sects - Ghazi
Protestants - Minority Rights Group
Women and the American Protestant Mission in Lebanon

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