Eine kleine Kirche in Europa
Die Tschechoslowakische Hussitische Kirche im Wandel zwischen Nationalkirche und europäischem kirchlichen Akteur
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Daniel Jurek deals with the development process of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church, founded in 1920 through secession from the Roman Catholic Church. The author shows its way from a pure and radical national church to a European church actor that has finally found a permanent place in international European ecumenism and an own European identity. Two periods are taken into view: the first Czechoslovak Republic and the post communist time after the „Velvet Revolution“ in 1989 until the Jan Hus jubilee in 2015. Within these two periods, three stages of development clearly show that the Czechoslovak Hussite Church has gradually become more than a small and largely unknown church in East-Central Europe, but a special and reliable European church actor showing own impulses and European thoughts.
- Daniel Jurek
- Daniel Jurek hat im Fach Osteuropäische Geschichte promoviert.