Churches from Lutheran and Reformed traditions unite
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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