Faith and Life in All Its Dimensions: The Augustinian Tradition of Abraham Kuyper and Klaas Schilder The Augustinian tradition of Abraham Kuyper and Klaas Schilder

Looking at Augustine and his work on the City Of God, this article shows how he presented the Christian faith as encompassing all of life. The author shows that this aspiration continued in the work of Abraham Kuyper and Klaas Schilder.

Saved by Grace – Introduction, and The Occasion and Rise of the Controversy

The Introduction is a reminder of the historic Synod Utrecht of the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands in 1905 and the contributions of Abraham Kuyper and Herman Bavinck’s theology to the debates at that time. Bavinck’s book on calling and regeneration is placed in its historic and theological context.

Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones and Evangelicals in Wales: Bala Ministers' Conference 1955-2014 - Exciting Background

This book discusses the history of the Bala Ministers’ Conference in Wales from its inception until recent years, and the role played by Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones. The author critically examines this history, drawing conclusions regarding the relationship between the Word and Spirit in evangelism. This section outlines the background behind the establishment of the Ministers' Conference in 1955.

1966 and All That: An Evangelical Journey - Life in a Doctrinally Mixed Denomination

In 1966, Martyn Lloyd-Jones made a public appeal for unity among evangelicals through the pursuit of a fellowship of evangelical churches. This book discusses Lloyd-Jones' appeal for unity, and what this appeal means for churches today. In this chapter, the author discusses how this appeal was made in the context of a doctrinally mixed denomination.

For the Sake of Christ's Kingship in the Church The Significance of the Doleantie, especially from an Ecumenical Point of View

This article is about the significance of the Doleantie 1886 especially from an ecumenical point of view. The author also discusses the Doleantie and the maintenance of Reformed doctrine, and the Ecclesiastical conference of 1883 and 1887 in the Netherlands.