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The World Communion of Reformed Churches had been based in Geneva for 60 years when it decided to look for new headquarters.
A better understanding of how the Protestants' fortunes and aspirations evolved in response to these events would have added depth and precision to his treatment of the relations between the institutions of the Reformed churches and those of secular government.
12) The theme was "The Holy Eucharist in the Teaching of the Orthodox and Reformed Churches.
On the paucity of official church sanctions through consistories against congregants practicing witchcraft and other deviltry see Philippe Chareyre, "'The Great Difficulties One Must Bear to Follow Jesus Christ': Morality at Sixteenth-Century Nimes," and Raymond Mentzer, "Marking the Taboo: Excommunication in French Reformed Churches," both in Raymond Mentzer, ed.
Although Calvin's theology was obviously fundamental throughout the Reformed tradition, the experiences of Geneva were never normative for Reformed churches elsewhere in Europe.
From our perspective this is to be applauded as it is a step toward greater visible unity among Reformed churches," Rev.
For Loehe it had to do with the separation of the Lutheran and the Reformed churches.
A guiding framework for all the entries is that of the description of the Reformed tradition found in the constitution of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, that the Reformed tradition "is a biblical, evangelical and doctrinal ethos".
In the 1980s, however, the Lutheran Synod determined to participate in the reunion process between the two largest Calvinistic Churches--the Dutch Reformed Church and the smaller Reformed Churches in the Netherlands.
This essay offers first a brief introduction to the history of the Reformed churches and their history with the Christian East; second, it analyzes the agreed statement on Christology of formal dialogues between Reformed and Orthodox Christians held in 1998.
During the nineteenth century, Reformed churches in several countries were confronted with a movement of secessions in reaction to the influence of modern liberal theology in these churches.
Leaver's scholarly and readable book as he focuses on the psalms and hymns of the English and Dutch reformed churches and the many cross-currents that existed between them.

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