Churches from Lutheran and Reformed traditions unite

May 15, 2013 Full story: Ekklesia Daily News

Two member churches of the World Council of Churches from Reformed and Lutheran traditions have united to become the United Protestant Church of France.

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#1 May 17, 2013
The merger of the Reformed and Lutherans in Germany after the Wars of Liberation, 1812 and following, really worked for them, didn't it? Most churches a empty and only a fraction attend. Were it not for the "church tax", most would be out of business completely. If France wanted to copy someone else, why the failed German model?

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