EKDEvangelischen Kirche in Deutschland (German: Evangelical Church in Germany)
EKDEnkodeur-Mixeur (French software)
EKDEarliest Known Date
EKDEesti Kristlikud Demokraadid (Estonian: Estonian Christian Democrats)
EKDEarly Kick Detection (oil drilling)
EKDElectronic Key Distribution
EKDE Kinast Distributors, Inc (Hanover Park, IL)
EKDEuropejska Klasyfikacja Dzialalnosci (Polish: European Classification of Activities)
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La EKD lo ha expresado en terminos mas bien generales, que, en un primer momento, imponen los mismos requisitos a todos los empleados (conducta leal hacia la Iglesia protestante y una conducta dentro y fuera del ministerio, de manera que no perjudique la credibilidad de esta).
(29) The EKD magazine for the Reformation Jubilee has the programmatic title Gott neu verirauen (Trusting God Anew) (30) and emphasizes the search for God; it calls for "God to be brought into the debate in a new way in an increasingly secular society." (31)
While the EKD's engagement with Islam has spanned a few decades, and while the EKD has issued multiple documents to guide Protestant Christians in their interaction with Muslims, documents from before and after the horrific events of 9/11 are particularly telling in the way that they reflect the EKD's shifting stance on Islam.
Die traditionellen Milieus (elf Prozent der Gesamtstichprobe), in denen sich die "klassischen Kirchganger" schwerpunktmassig verorten lassen (vergleiche EKD 2003, Flaig 2011), waren unter den Adoptern unterreprasentiert, wahrend die Postmateriellen sehr stark (37 Prozent) uberreprasentiert waren.
Synod President Katrin Goring-Eckart told the EKD Synod in November 2012: "We will gather together a wide variety of Reformation insights and their consequences--right across Germany and Europe, if Reformation cities such as Strasbourg or Zurich are willing to join in.
The EKD is made up of 22 Lutheran, Unified (Prussian Union) and Reformed (Calvinist) Protestant regional church bodies.
13-20 central committee meeting, Bishop Martin Hein, a member of the WCC governing body from the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD), said the council was failing to make its presence felt sufficiently in the world.
the memorial of the EKD Gemeinwohl und Eigennutz [Common Weal and Self-Interest], (Gutersloh: Chancellor's Office of the EKD, 1991), 95; the memorial "Eigentumsbildung in sozialer Verantwortung [Property Formation in Social Responsibility] of 1962," in Die Denkschriften der EKD [The Memorials of the EKD], vol.
In an ominous move, the church decided to turn to Professor Axel Freiherr yon Campenhausen of Gottingen, head of the Canon Law (Kirchenrechtliches) Institute of the EKD, for an "expert opinion." Recognizing that Campenhausen was a conservative legal theorist, the dean decided to seek a second opinion himself.
Since then the Swiss department for technical aid and humanitarian relief, the Swiss police, the Development Agency of the Protestant Churches (EKD) in Germany and, most recently, the International Organization for Migration have contributed.
In the village of Padre Jo Goth in the province of Sindh, this endless anxiety and humiliation over drinking water was also the lot of the local Punjabi Christians until the good old Ecumenical Church Council of Germany (EKD) intervened.