BOGDAN EMANUEL RĂDUŢ
Istoric – Uniunea Bisericilor Creştine după Evanghelie din România/Societatea de Ştiinţe Istorice, Filiala Dolj; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Religious Associations represented a reality that was present during the interwar period but not under the Communism Era. They functioned under the privileges of the General Regime for the Denominations’ Law (1928), Article no 24, and was defined by a series of decisions issued by the Denominations’ Minister from within the Romanian Government at that time. On this legal basis it was allowed the official functioning of only three Religious Associations in Romania: Baptist Association, Seventh Day Adventist Association and Brethren Association. The current paper talks about the statute of the Brethren Religious Association during the Second World War.
Religious Association, war, legislation, impact, Brethren Assemblies.