The Conferentie were traditionalists who held strongly to Dordt, and because Dordt determined the doctrines of the Dutch Reformed Church
in the Netherlands, the Conferentie maintained ties with Amsterdam in order to counter what it envisioned were Arminian (free-will) tendencies in the American church.
The book's final part charts the unravelling of the Protestant missionary Benevolent Empire and the rise to prominence of rival theologies within the Dutch Reformed Church
that advocated racial separation - albeit under the guise of seeking the welfare of blacks in separate spheres.
In Johannesburg, speaking to an exclusively white Afrikns congregation at Melville Dutch Reformed Church
, Reverend Andre Bartlett asked them to "think back to the 1990s," when the old order was crumbling and a newly freed Mandela was preparing his successful run for the presidency.
The republic's regents also created a privileged Dutch Reformed Church
alongside a vigorous, religiously inflected public sphere.
Dan Ramm, a member of CAMBA's Board of Directors and senior clergy at the historic Flatbush Dutch Reformed Church
From Rose's book: "Will took a bike out in front of the store and headed it toward the Dutch Reformed Church
and the village green.
The developments briefly outlined above did not spare Holland, from where the Dutch Reformed Church
launched its missionary activity into Africa.
Among the 900 or so men on board were four army chaplains: Lt George Fox, a Methodist; Lt Clark Poling of the Dutch Reformed Church
; Lt John P.
Three services will be held at the Dutch Reformed Church
(Mother Church) in Windhoek on that day.
Many of its voters were members of the Dutch Reformed Church
who had little sympathy for Kuyper, the leader in the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands.
When the floods came in 2008, the Dutch Reformed Church
rescued me from the floods, and we started using the Okave Club.
A Journey with a Status Confessionis: Analysis of an Apartheid Related Conflict between the Dutch Reformed Church
in South Africa and the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, 1982-1998 by Lennart Henriksson (Swedish Institute of Missionary Research, 2010), originally a dissertation at Lund University, examines in depth the declaration of status confessionis by the World Alliance of Reformed Churches against the Dutch Reformed Church
in South Africa in 1982.