“Protestants” cannot be lumped into one group like this. In fact, the vast majority of Protestants don’t believe some of the things you accuse.
In fact, I never met any Protestant that did not believe in Purgatory, they just believe that it happens differently. All Christians believe that nothing unclean can enter heaven, and that God cleanses us from sin so that we can be fit for His dwelling.
Scripture is very clear that, during the second coming,
1 Corinthians 15:52 “in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised imperishable, and we shall be changed.”
So, if we are not changed before that time, then we will be changed at the resurrection.
It sounds like you have been heavily influenced by some Calvanists. Most Protestants don’t embrace the TULIP.
This is not contradictory to believing one will go to heaven because one is saved by faith. In many Protestant theologies, there is a moment in time when a person is justified, at which time judgment occurs for them. They are transferred from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of light, born again from above. There is a believe that, after this occurs, God judges that sinner by seeing him covered by the blood of Christ. Everyone will be raised to the judgment, but for the person whose life is hidden with Christ in God, their sins will be covered by the blood He shed on the cross. In that sense, the determination that they will go to heaven has already been made.
There are two problems with this statement. The first is that if there is Purgatory, then it exists for everyone, and persons who don’t believe do not change the fact that it exists. The second is that a person who dies with mortal sin on their soul has a “cooked goose” even if they do believe in purgatory. Purgatory is not some sort of “second chance” a person acquires after death.
You did, but your response lacks scholarship and authenticity. If you want to keep making the assertion that Luther “removed” books, then provide some credible evidence. “Every Protestant who doesn’t accept any Bible other than the KJV” is not scholarly or credible evidence. Christians who hold this view of Scripture tend to be narrow minded and uneducated. Is that how you wish to appear?