Budapest, 2006

CC/Dirk Hartung

Strengthening Community - The Profile of Protestantism in Europe

6th General Assembly, 12-18 September 2006

"Strengthening Community – The Profile of Protestantism in Europe" was the theme of the General Assembly. The subtitle took up and developed the essential impetus behind the 5th General Assembly in Belfast in 2001, namely the call for "a Protestant voice in Europe" with which "the theological and ethical aspects and the humanitarian consequences of political decisions from the perspective of the gospel" were to be "allowed to speak and be heard in the European public arena". Much of the work of the CPCE since 2001 had been governed by a desire to sharpen a common Protestant profile. However, the formulation of the Budapest theme made it clear that this is not to be understood in the sense of forming a "Protestant block".

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