Confession

The Confessional Profile

is protestant-united. The teaching of the church comes out of the Holy Scripture and from a number of confessions as they developed during the history of the Christian church.

The dogmatic base originates both in the patristic roots of the early Christian church and in the Reformation in the 15th and 16th centuries.

The confessional profile is supplied by all patristic confessions: Apostolic, Nicaeno-Constatinopolian, Chalcedonian and Athanasianum.

The reformation confessions, which the church lean on, are: the Augustana (1530), Second Helvetica ( 1566), The Brothrers one (1535) and the Czech Confession (1575).