Talk:Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren

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Word Evangelical in Title[edit]

The translation of the church's name Ceskobratrska cirkev evangelicka – Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren that is used in the title is misleading. I suggest changing it to Protestant Church of Czech Brethren. It may seem as a trifle but this really is not an evangelical church. It is a mainline protestant church. This mistake came probably from that that in Czech there are two seemingly similar words – evangelicka and evangelikalni. Evangelical is a translation of the word evangelikalni. However the church is called evangelicka which means something like “realizing the importance of Gospel”. This is why I think that this page should be headed differently. It is difficult to find a proper translation but the word protestant is definitely better. — Preceding unsigned comment added by JanaR (talkcontribs) 20:33, 30 March 2013 (UTC)