Patrimony Profile

By W.W.J. VanOene

Patrimony Profile retraces the inheritance ("patrimony") which the Canadian Reformed Churches received from the fathers throughout the history of the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands from 1795 on, via Secession (1834), Doleantie (1886), Union (1892), and Liberation (1944).

It outlines ("profile") why, in order not to forfeit this patrimony, the Canadian Reformed Churches had to be instituted when, at the first so-called Reformed Ecumenical Synod in 1946, the Christian Reformed Church expressed its approval of what was done in the Netherlands by those who clearly had abandoned and denied that very patrimony.

Hard cover, 445 pages

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