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All articles by Kees van Kralingen

News – Carey Conference

News

March 2010
News

News – Carey Conference

Carey Conference The annual Carey Conference was held on 5-7 January in snow-covered Swanwick. For some delegates, this involved several hours of travelling in difficult weather. The theme was 'Confidence in God's Word'.       Kees van Kralingen addressed the topic of the church's witness in the world from the early history of the Ephesian church.…

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News – Dutch find their roots

News

March 2010
News

News – Dutch find their roots

Dutch find their roots A group of Dutch Baptist pastors and leaders is setting up a conference and web site to call Baptist churches back to their theological roots in the Reformation. It will be called Sola 5 Baptisten (Sola 5 Baptists) based on the five 'Solas', that is (translating from Latin into English) five…

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Missionary Spotlight – Study centre in Netherlands

Article

October 2001
Netherlands

Missionary Spotlight – Study centre in Netherlands

In September 2000 it was decided to set up a centre at the Evangelical Theological High School (ETH) in Veenendaal for the study of Puritan theology. This is to serve both Independent and Reformed churches in the Netherlands.   The aim of this new venture is to provide Puritan literature and study material for…

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Missionary Spotlight-Evangelicalism in the Netherlands

Article

August 2001
Netherlands

Missionary Spotlight-Evangelicalism in the Netherlands

What do UK Christians think of when the Netherlands is mentioned? Maybe the Synod of Dordt and its five points of Calvinism? Or Abraham Kuyper and the Free University of Amsterdam? Or do they think of our moral decline and the passing of permissive laws, such the law legalising marriage between homosexuals? Crisis Holland…

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Missionary Spotlight-The George Whitefield Foundation

Article

August 2001
Netherlands

Missionary Spotlight-The George Whitefield Foundation

In 1994 six Evangelicals formed the George Whitefield Foundation. Their aim was to encourage study in the Netherlands of the Puritans and their theological successors. They also aimed to stimulate a biblical understanding of, and earnest prayer for, true reformation and revival in Holland. Many contemporary movements are widely presented as ‘revival’ but do…

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