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Abraham Kuyper: An Annotated Bibliography 1857-2010 by Tjitze Kuipers (2011)

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In: Acta der derde Voorloopige Synode van Nederduitsche Gereformeerde Kerken, gehouden te ’s Gravenhage in 1891.
Amsterdam, J.A. Wormser 1891, pp. 11–12; [23]–26; 84–87; 89–90; 93–95; 132–133.
Published: October 1891.
See also: 1985.02.

Kuyper delivered four speeches as chairman of the Third Provisional Synod of the Dutch Reformed Churches: (1) A heartfelt and historically framed word of welcome to the Rev. Theod. J. Meyer, delegate of the Presbyterian Church of England (pp. 11–12); (2) an address to the delegation from the Synod of the Christian Reformed Church, which was in attendance to answer questions about its merger proposal (pp. [23]–26); (3) a second address to that delegation concerning the momentous fact that the Provisional Synod had accepted the merger proposal (pp. 93–95); and (4) a concluding speech cautioning delegates with the words “thankful, but not yet satisfied.” The final speech advises the delegates not to become complacent until every living member of the body of Christ—whether in their circle or under the synodical hierarchy of the Dutch Reformed Church or under the Roman Catholic hierarchy—coexists in a unified church and celebrates the Lord’s Supper together (pp. 132–133).

The appendices of 1891.09 are included in the proceedings (together with the report of the commission charged with consultation and recommendation on the merger proposal put forward by the Synod of the Christian Reformed Church) on pages 84–87 and 89–90.