Giving a perspective from church history on what it means to be Reformed and the implication this has for church unity, this article shows how different Reformed churches can find a way of expressing this unity in their context.
Looking at the meaning of the word catholic, this article looks at the call to church unity in the light of the divisions within the Reformed churches. The article asks the question, "What does it mean to confess the catholicity of the church?"
This article talks about the life and work of the Triune God to restore the fellowship with man. This relationship with man is recognized in faith and grace. The author then looks at what the charismata is, and the misuses of these charismata in churches.