Dutch Reformed Church: see Reformed Church in America.
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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.(Briefly Noted)(Brief article)(Book review) (Currents in Theology and Mission)
29 John Street sold. (Collegiate Reformed Dutch Church purchases office building in New York, New York) (Real Estate Weekly)
The Reformed Church in Dutch Brazil: 1630-1654.(Review)(Brief Article) (International Bulletin of Missionary Research)
Emden and the Dutch Revolt: Exile and the Development of Reformed Protestantism. (book reviews) (History Today)
Protestant Reconciliation-A Matter for Solid Dialogue: A 17th-Century Dutch Proposal for International Lutheran-Reformed Dialogue and a European Protestant Agreement (Journal of Ecumenical Studies)
Taking the Jesus Road: The Ministry of the Reformed Church in America among Native Americans.(Book review) (Church History)
Protestant solidarity in the eighteenth century: relief efforts of the Walloons for the Polish reformed churches. (Church History)
Erica Meijers, Blanke BroedersZwarte Vreemden: De Nederlandse Hervormde Kerk, de Gereformeerde Kerken in Nederland en de apartheid in Zuid Afrika 1948-1972 [White Brothers-Black Strangers: The Netherlands Reformed Church, The Reformed Churches in the Netherlands and apartheid in South Africa 1948-1972].(Book review) (The Ecumenical Review)
Reformed Church in America adopts apartheid-era 'standard of unity' (Between the Lines)
From Mission to Church: The Reformed Church of America Mission in India.(Brief Article) (International Bulletin of Missionary Research)
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