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Histoire de la Fédération protestante de France (1905-1991) à travers les Actes des Assemblées générales.

Abstract : The goal of this thesis, in six chapters, is to describe how the Fédération protestante de France was created and to trace its development throughout the twentieth century on historical and thematic modes. This research draws upon all the Acts of the General Meetings during the period ending with the 1991 Assembly in Lille. The Fédération protestante de France plays a major role as a promoter of both Protestant unity and ecumenism. It is an association and not a Church, which means each member retains authority concerning theological matters. Its very often avant-garde statements on ethical issues make it a unique institution. However, the Fédération protestante de France has been confronted by important challenges: managerial constraints, the method of representation of its member Churches and Organizations, the plurality of its components, changes in society, women’s roles, theological issues, and so on… This thesis does a focus on these different points and analyse them.
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Yves Parrend. Histoire de la Fédération protestante de France (1905-1991) à travers les Actes des Assemblées générales.. Religions. Université de Strasbourg, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019STRAK010⟩. ⟨tel-02885756⟩



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