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References Bäckström A, Davie G, Edgardh N, and Pettersson P (eds) (2010) Religion and Welfare in 21st Century Europe, Volume 1. Farnham: Ashgate. Bäckström A, Davie G, Edgardh N, and Pettersson P (eds) (2011) Religion and Welfare in 21st Century Europe, Volume 2. Farnham: Ashgate. Brown CG (2001) The Death of Christian Britain. Understanding secularization 1800-2000. London and New York, NY: Routledge. Church Law of 1686 (Kircko-Laki ja Ordningi 1686, Turku 1688). Reprinted by the Finnish Literature Society, Helsinki 1986. Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland

Lundqvist Å and Petersen K (eds) In Experts We Trust. Knowledge, Politics, and Bureaucracy in Nordic Welfare States. Odense: University Press of Southern Denmark, pp. 9-31. Markkola P (2011) The Lutheran Nordic welfare states. In Kettunen P and Petersen K (eds) Beyond Welfare State Models. Transnational Historical Perspectives on Social Policy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 102-118. Markkola P (2014) Focusing on the Family: The Lutheran Church and the Making of the Nordic Welfare State in Finland, 1940s to 1960s. Journal of State and Church 56(1): 60-80. Markkola P and

Ecumenism in Liturgy? Changes in Finnish Orthodox Liturgical Texts Stimulated by Co-Existence with Lutherans Damaskinos olkinuora* The Finnish Orthodox Church forms a small minority in a predominantly Lutheran country. Since the 1950s, some changes in liturgical texts have occurred because of this Lutheran presence. This paper discusses three of them: the addition “and all Christians” in the Great Entrance, the addition “through your intercessions” in the prayer formula “Most-holy Theotokos, save us”, and the commemoration of “our Bishop Irja” during the

beliefs, religious practices and activities. The religious upbringing of most Orthodox children takes place in a family of two Christian traditions. In the lived reality of the Finnish Orthodox population, the co-existence of two traditions (Orthodox and non-Orthodox) in inter-confessional marriages is not always non-problematic. In dialogue with the Lutheran Church, the Orthodox Church of Finland has aimed to promote harmony and mutual respect for the two traditions in inter-confessional families, as well as to fortify the Orthodox identity of its members

.: Almanac of Slovak Lutheran Church from years 1919-1928 (up to 1930). Liptovský Sv. Mikuláš : Tranoscius, 1930. p. 22, 86, 296-300. YMCA , 1, 1926, No. 5-6, p. 8. YMCA Bratislava activities , 4, 1937, No. 3, p. 1-3.

life, somehow comparable with the vision of some theologians, who gave good Christian testimony during the difficult times of Romanian and European history. I dare to assert that Bonhoeffer’s thoroughness to elucidate the terminology of Christian preaching and to deal with specific topics of theology of reality that is active and directed to the service of a neighbor, as well as his manner of eschatologically embracing the Christian life, creates paths for the education of dialogue with Orthodoxy. Keywords: Bonhoeffer, Orthodoxy, Lutheranism, preaching

RES 12 (1/2020), p. 81-105 DOI: 10.2478/ress-2020-0005 The Theological Line of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland in the Dialogue with Orthodoxy in the 2010s Heta Hurskainen* The purpose of the article is to analyse the degree of theological diversity and coherency displayed by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland in theological dialogues with different Orthodox churches in the 2010s. The ELCF engaged in a bilateral dialogue with the Orthodox Church of Finland and the Russian Orthodox Church. Theological diversity and coherency are dependent

beginnenden reformatorischen Bewegung und der or- thodoxen Kirche herausgearbeitet und eine Interpretation vorgeschlagen, die auch heute wertvolle Denkanstösse gibt. RES 10 (1/2018), p. 90-103 DOI: 10.2478/ress-2018-0006 Auftrag und Grenzen. Zu den Anfängen lutherisch- orthodoxer Beziehungen im 16. Jahrhundert Dietmar Plajer* Mission and Limitations. Back to the Origins of Lutheran-Orthodox Contacts in the 16th Century The Reformation in Transylvania, Lutheran in structure, has been from its very beginning in direct contact with representatives of the Orthodox Church

The shaping of the Lutheran teaching profession and Lutheran families of teachers in the 16th and 17th centuries

The article deals with changes in the status of teachers and the shaping of Lutheran families of teachers in the 16th and 17th centuries in the Trenčín, Liptov and Orava districts of the superintendency. It describes the formation of the families and their background.

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