This article is about the life of Rembrandt van Rijn.
The church owes a debt to the Synod of Dort for the contribution it made in four areas: Bible translation, church order, liturgy, and Sabbath observation.
This article gives a snap shot overview of some human figures who played a role as defenders of either Arminianism or the Reformed faith at the Synod of Dort.
The view of Jodocus Van Ladonstein on the Reformation in the Netherlands as a movement that did not stop at sound doctrine but continued to shape the life of the believer is what fuelled him to be part of those who called for further reformation, emphasising self-denial and sanctification. This is what the article explains.