Ecumenism and the Reformed Church
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Written by Herman Harmelink III
The book offers insight in the conflicting signals regarding ecumenism in the communion of the Reformed Church in America. On the one hand it seems very interested in unity with other, likeminded church communions. However, the RCA has never been able to complete a merger even though many agreed with it. Was Dutch American conservatism or even stubborn ethnicity the reason for the RCA's failed mergers? The book examines these questions in more detail.
Paperback, 112 pages, notes, index, the copies available are new although the book has been out of print for some time.
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