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  • Parliamentary settlement of 1567 commenced with the long delayed ratification of the three old statutes of 1560; two Acts being now added, one declaring that the Reformed Church is the only Church within the realm, the other giving it jurisdiction over Catholics and all others.

    John Knox

  • "Whereas many of our subjects have gone to foreign countries, where they continue to follow their various trades and occupations, even working as shipwrights, or taking service as sailors, till at length they feel at home and determine never to return to France, marrying abroad and acquiring property of every description: We hereby forbid any member of the so-called Reformed Church to leave this kingdom without our permission, and we command those who have already left France to return forthwith within her boundaries."

    Massacres of the South (1551-1815) Celebrated Crimes

  • (RNS) For some 400 years, the small Reformed Church in America has relied on only three confessional statements of belief, all of them forged in the crucible of the Reformation.

    Apartheid-Era Document Finds New Life In Reformed Church

  • "Still ... the college aligns itself in its interpretation with its founding denomination, the Reformed Church in America, the orthodox Christian Church throughout the ages, and other Christian colleges and universities."

    Hope College Stands By Homosexuality Statement

  • "Still ... the college aligns itself in its interpretation with its founding denomination, the Reformed Church in America, the orthodox Christian Church throughout the ages, and other Christian colleges and universities."

    Hope College Stands By Homosexuality Statement

  • (RNS) Emboldened by the approval of a new church confession and his observations from touring the globe this past year, the Reformed Church in America's second black president wants the church to be a bigger advocate for social justice.

    Reform Church President Pushes For More Social Justice

  • He studied at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam The Free University of Amsterdam, which is “free” in the sense of not being run by the government, but by the Reformed Church, where he successfully received an M.A. in history in 1986, an LL.M. in Dutch Law in 1982, and finally a PhD in Law in 1992.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Another European Prosecution for Insulting Religion

  • Wesley Granberg-MichaelsonGeneral Secretary, Reformed Church in AmericaNew York, N. Y.As a seminary student, I read with great interest your cover story describing how different religions interpret the life of Jesus of Nazareth.

    Timely Topic For A Holy Season

  • Apparently, the thieves used a ladder to reach the roof of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and stole both "View of the Sea at Scheveningen" and "Congregation Leaving the Reformed Church in Nuenen."

    Fine Art Friday

  • The Reformed Church urged equality for women, and the Dutch brought their liberal attitudes concerning women's rights to the New World.

    History of American Women

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