After a quick overview of the history in which the Three Forms of Unity and the Westminster Standards were written, the article compares the two confessional standards and how the doctrine of election features in each one. The author explains that the Belgic Confession tends to be infralapsarian compared to the Westminster Standards, which are more supralapsarian (such terms are clearly defined in the article).
How can churches relate together and have unity based on the confessions? This article proposes the adoption of Three Forms of Unity as the basis for church unity. Here focus is given to the issue of the expressions of different cultures and traditions and adhering to similar confessions.