Republished: Crisis in the Reformed Churches

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VirginiaHuguenot

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Forty years after it was first published, Reformed Fellowship has republished Crisis in the Reformed Churches: Essays in Commemoration of the Great Synod of Dort edited by Peter Y. DeJong.

"Forty years ago the Board of Reformed Fellowship commissioned nine men, who today would be considered a 'Who's Who' in Reformed theology, to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the Synod of Dort. Under the leadership of the editor, Dr. Peter Y. De Jong, these giants in the faith wrote on a variety of topics regarding this great event in Reformed history. Their contributions brought to the Christian community a greater understanding of the history and necessity of the Synod of Dort, the key figures involved in the Synod, and the application of the decisions made at the Synod to the tumultuous times within the church during the sixties. Each article reflected not only the expertise of the writer, but also his love for the Reformed faith..." With these words Wybren Oord, editor of The Outlook, begins the introduction to this new printing of Crisis in the Reformed Churches. Contributing authors: Peter Y. DeJong-- pastor for several churches in the CRC; Professor of Practical Theology at Calvin Theological Seminary; one of the founders of Mid-America Reformed Seminary. Simon Kistemaker-- Professor of New Testament Emeritus, RTS; past president and secretary-treasurer, Evangelical Theological Society. Fred H. Klooster-- professor of Systematic Theology at Calvin Theological Seminary. John Murray--professor of Systematic Theology and co-founder, Westminster Seminary, Philadelphia. Edwin H. Palmer-- minister in the CRC; professor at Westminster Theological Seminary; executive secretary, Committee on Bible Translation (NIV). Louis Praamsma-- minister in the CRC; professor of Church History, Calvin Theological Seminary. Klaas Runia-- professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological College, Geelong, Australia; professor of Practical Theology, Theological Seminary, Kampen, Netherlands. Cornelius Van Til-- professor of Apologetics, Westminster Theological Seminary. Marten H. Woudstra-- professor of Old Testament, Calvin Theological Seminary; translator, NIV.

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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION TO SECOND PRINTING INTRODUCTION TO FIRST PRINTING CONTRIBUTORS
ONE: The Rise of the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands --Peter Y. De Jong
TWO: The Background of the Arminian Controversy (1586-1618) --Louis Praamsma
THREE: Leading Figures at the Synod of Dort
--Simon Kistemaker
FOUR: The Doctrinal Deliverances of Dort
--Fred H. Klooster
FIVE: The Synod and Bible Translation
--Marten H. Woudstra
SIX: Preaching and the Synod of Dort
--Peter Y. De Jong
SEVEN: The Significance of the Canons for Pastoral Work --Edwin H. Palmer
EIGHT: Calvin, Dort and Westminster-A Comparative Study --John Murray
NINE: Recent Reformed Criticisms of the Canons
--Klaas Runia
TEN: The Significance of Dort for Today
--Cornelius Van Til
APPENDIX A: Chronological Table
APPENDIX B: Biographical Notes
APPENDIX C: The Remonstrance of 1610
APPENDIX D: The Counter Remonstrance of 1611
APPENDIX E: Political Commissioners Assigned by the States-General
APPENDIX F: Delegates to the Synod of Dort
APPENDIX G: Remonstrants Cited to Appear at Synod
APPENDIX H: The Opinions of the Remonstrants
APPENDIX I: The Canons of Dort
INDEX
ENDNOTES
 

CatechumenPatrick

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Thanks! That is a GREAT book. A first edition was given to me by an RCUS pastor, but I lost it in a house fire. Look forward to rereading it!
 
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